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GP-7
BABY GRAND DIGITAL PIANO
SUZUKI PIANOS
OWNER’S MANUAL
SUZUKI
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WELCOME!
We would like to express our appreciation and congratulate you for purchasing this Suzuki Baby Grand digital
piano. This piano has been designed to provide you with years of musical enjoyment. State of the art electronics
are combined with an elegant cabinet that will add beauty and sophistication to any home environment. Listed
Below are just a few of the features that your new piano is equipped with:
• hammer action piano for an authentic acoustic piano feel
• 128 instrument sounds stereo sampled for ultra authentic acoustic realism
• 64 note max polyphony - which ensures acoustic piano performance
• a dynamic 6 speaker concert hall sound delivery system with EQ controls
• 100 professional quality orchestrated rhythm accompaniments with variations
• built-in play along songs for learning and enjoyment
• easy 5 track music recorder for writing songs or to record your lesson progress
• karaoke display and video output to external TV for musical enjoyment for the entire family
• Floppy Disk Drive to save Performances or Lessons plus play thousands of MIDI songs!!
• complete MIDI controls allows for computer hook up and enables you to update your pianos
features so that it never becomes obsolete
• USB interface to update the pianos software - if necessary
You will find many more features and functions listed within this owners manual. In order to fully appreciate all
the impressive features of this digital piano, please take a few minutes to read the following pages of instruction.
We will cover general precautions, assembly, the function of each control button, and warranty information.
Thank you and congratulations again, for choosing this Baby Grand Digital Piano from the Suzuki Corporation’s
piano product line of portable pianos, home digital pianos, home composer ensembles pianos, elegant digital
grand ensembles, and the acoustic upright and grand piano line.
SUZUKI
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GENERAL PRECAUTIONS
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK,
DO NOT REMOVE COVER OR BACK
NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE
REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL
INSTRUCTIONS PERTAINING TO A RISK OF FIRE, ELECTRIC SHOCK OR INJURY:
The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol, within an equilateral triangle, is intended to alert the user to the
presence of uninsulated or “dangerous voltage” within the product’s enclosure that may be of sufficient
magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock to persons.
The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle is intended to alert the user to the presence of important
operation and maintenance or servicing instructions.
1. CAUTION: Any changes or modifications in construction of this device which are not expressly approved
by the party responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
2. NOTE: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limit for a Class A digital device,
pursuant to part 15 of the FCC rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against
harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a noncommercial environment. This equipment
generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and if not installed and used in accordance with the
instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of this equipment in
a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case the user will be required to correct the
interference at his own expense.
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TAKING CARE OF YOUR DIGITAL PIANO
This Suzuki digital piano will supply you with years of musical enjoyment if you follow the simple rules listed below.
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
WARNING
When using electrical products, basic safety
precautions should always be followed, including the following:
SAFETY
Power Source - The product should always be
connected to a power supply only of the type
described in the operating instructions or as
marked on the product.
Periods of Nonuse - The power-supply cord of
the product should be unplugged from the
outlet when left unused for a long period of
time.
SERVICE AND MODIFICATION
This product should be serviced by qualified
service personnel when,
• the power supply cord or the plug has been
damaged,
• liquid has been spattered into the unit or it has
been exposed to rain,
• the instrument does not appear to operate
normally or exhibits a marked change in
performance.
• the instrument has been dropped or the cabinet
has been damaged.
• Do not attempt to open the piano or make any
change in the circuits or parts of the unit.
HANDLING AND TRANSPORT
• Never apply excessive force to the controls,
connectors or other parts of the instrument.
• Always unplug cables by gripping the plug firmly,
not by pulling on the cable.
• Disconnect all cables before moving the instrument.
• Physical shocks caused by dropping, bumping,
or placing heavy objects on the instrument can
result in scratches and/or more serious
damage.
• Carefully check the amplifier volume control
before starting to play. Excessive volume can
cause permanent hearing loss.
LOCATION
Do not expose the instrument to the following
conditions to avoid deformation, discoloration, or
more serious damage:
• direct sunlight (near a window)
• high temperatures (near a heat source, outside,
or near a window)
• excessive humidity
• excessive dust
• strong vibration
• Leave enough space around the piano for it to
be properly ventilated.
• This instrument contains digital circuitry and
may cause interference if placed too close to
radio or television receivers. If interference
occurs, move the instrument further away from
the affected equipment.
• Avoid placing vinyl objects on top of the instrument, vinyl can stick to and discolor the surface.
POWER
• Turn the power switch off when the instrument
is not in use.
• To avoid damage to the instrument and other
devices to which it is connected, turn the power
switches of all related devices off prior to
connection or disconnection of MIDI cables.
• Turn the power off if the main cable is damaged
or the instrument is spattered with liquid.
• Do not switch the unit on and off in quick
succession, this places an undue load on the
electronic components.
• Unplug the AC power cord during an electrical
storm.
• Avoid plugging the AC power cord into the same
AC outlet as appliances with high power
consumption, such as electric heaters or
refrigerators.
CLEANING
• Clean the cabinet and panel with a soft nonabrasive dry cloth. This cloth should be for High
Gloss Lacquer Finish Furniture. A wax based
polish specifically for High Gloss Lacquer Finish
Furniture may be used on the cabinet. Do not
use paint thinner or petrochemical based
polishes.
• To maintain the luster of the keys and buttons
wipe with a clean, slightly damp cloth, and then
polish with a soft dry cloth.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
ASSEMBLY ................................................................. 7
CONNECTOR PANEL ............................................... 16
Video Output ........................................................... 16
Headphone Input ..................................................... 16
Audio In & Out ........................................................ 16
MIDI Jacks .............................................................. 16
USB ........................................................................ 16
Microphone Input .................................................... 16
PANEL CONTROLS ................................................... 17
DISK DRIVE .............................................................. 28
PEDALS .................................................................... 29
DISPLAY SCREEN .................................................... 30
DEMO ........................................................................ 31
PIANO VOICES ......................................................... 32
Assigning a Mode ................................................... 32
Voice Selection ....................................................... 33
Quick Select ........................................................... 34
RHYTHM SECTION ................................................... 37
Rhythm Style Select ............................................... 37
Quick Select ........................................................... 37
Starting and Stopping the Rhythm Style .................. 40
Fill-In ....................................................................... 40
Ending .................................................................... 40
Fade ....................................................................... 41
Adjusting the Tempo ............................................... 41
AUTO ACCOMP. (AUTO BASE CHORD) ................... 42
One Finger .............................................................. 43
Fingered .................................................................. 44
Piano ...................................................................... 45
Manual Bass Chord ................................................ 45
Selecting Chord Type .............................................. 46
Starting and Stopping the Auto Accomp. ................. 47
Fill-In ....................................................................... 48
Fill to Variation ........................................................ 48
Fade ....................................................................... 48
SETUP ....................................................................... 49
Performance
Velocity ............................................................ 50
Split Point ......................................................... 50
Transpose ........................................................ 51
Screen Hold ..................................................... 51
Tune ................................................................. 52
Fixed Level ....................................................... 52
Fade Time ........................................................ 53
Octave Shift ...................................................... 53
SETUP (Continued)
Harmony ................................................................. 54
Key Mode
Manual Bass .................................................... 55
Lower Hold ....................................................... 55
Sustain ................................................................... 56
Reverb .................................................................... 57
Effects .................................................................... 58
Chord (Auto Accompaniment Fingering) .................. 59
Pedal Menu ............................................................ 60
Percussion (Drum Kit Assign) ................................. 61
Metronome.............................................................. 62
REGISTRATION MEMORY ........................................ 63
RECORD .................................................................... 64
Recording ............................................................... 66
Playback ................................................................ 67
Mark ....................................................................... 68
SONG ........................................................................ 69
Song Select ............................................................ 69
Using the Lesson Feature ....................................... 70
DISK ........................................................................ 72
Load Song .............................................................. 73
Save Song .............................................................. 74
Play Disk ................................................................ 75
Utility
Format .............................................................. 77
Copy ................................................................ 77
Delete ............................................................... 78
Rename ............................................................ 78
PLAYING AND SINGING KARAOKE ......................... 79
MIDI & VIDEO OUTPUT .......................................... 80
MIDI ........................................................................ 81
MIDI IMPLEMENTATION CHART .............................. 83
VOICE LIST ............................................................... 84
STYLE LIST .............................................................. 85
DRUM KIT LIST 1 ..................................................... 86
DRUM KIT LIST 2 ..................................................... 87
SPECIFICATIONS ..................................................... 88
QUESTIONS / PROBLEMS ....................................... 89
WARRANTY ............................................................... 91
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ASSEMBLY
PLEASE DO NOT ATTEMPT TO ASSEMBLE YOUR PIANO
BEFORE READING THESE INSTRUCTIONS!
IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTION OR PROBLEMS,
DO NOT CALL OR RETURN PRODUCT TO THE STORE
Visit www.suzukimusic.com/GP-7
OR CALL THIS TOLL FREE HELP LINE
1-800-854-1594
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ASSEMBLY
A. You should have 3 cartons as pictured.
• Large Carton: Grand Piano.
• Medium Carton: 3 piano legs and piano pedal assembly.
• Small Carton: Piano bench.
• You will need 2 people to set up this large product. Do not
attempt to set up your piano by yourself.
1. UNPACKING YOUR NEW GRAND PIANO
B. To begin, remove outer carton.
• Take the small & medium cartons and set them aside for now.
• Use a small sharp knife or a box cutter to cut the bottom of
the outer carton just above the staples.
• Slide the outer carton up and off of the inner carton as shown
(top arrows).
• Your may have to lay the box down on its back to do this
depending on your ceiling height. COLOR POSTER MUST
FACE UP!
• Do NOT use a long knife or insert it into the box more than
1/2”.
C. Remove the protective foam.
• Remove all the protective foam taped around the outside of
the inner carton as shown (arrows).
• Be careful to support the piano box from this point on. The
box is tall and narrow and could fall over if not supported.
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ASSEMBLY
D. Inner carton.
• Locate the back of the inner carton. It is marked with a
sticker.
• Use a SMALL knife to slit the center, top and bottom tape.
• Remove the foam pieces as shown. This will reveal the
bottom of the piano.
• Do not open the front of the inner carton. That will expose
the top of the piano.
E. Piano Accessories.
• Remove the accessories listed below from the foam before
discarding the piano box.
Accessories:
1. Instruction Manual 5. Demonstration Disks
2. Play-Along Song Book 6. Quick Start User Guide
3. Microphone & Cord 7. A/C Power Cord w/fuse (3)
4. Lesson Book with Disk 8. RCA Connecting Cable for TV
F. Plastic Cover.
• Tear the plastic covering away from the piano bottom as
shown.
• It is not recommended you use a knife or sharp object to
remove the plastic. You are very close to the high gloss finish
at this stage of unpacking.
1. UNPACKING YOUR NEW GRAND PIANO (continued)
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ASSEMBLY
2. UNPACKING PIANO LEGS & PEDAL ASSEMBLY
A. Get the Medium Sized box labeled ‘Grand Pedal/Grand Leg’.
• Carefully slit the tape and open the box as shown.
• Lift out all the parts inside this box and gently remove the
protective plastic covering. Set aside on a soft surface.
• You are handling the high gloss lacquer finish during this
procedure. Be careful not to scratch or hit these parts against
each other or let them come in contact with any other items.
B. Parts and Pieces.
• After you have completed unwrapping everything, here is
what you should have:
A. 3 Piano Legs
B. 1 Pedal Assembly
C. 2 Brass Support Rods
D. 1 Wrench and Screwdriver
E. Bottle of Polish
F. Polishing Cloth
G. 8 Bolts and 8 Washers
H. 8 Brass Screws to Attach Pedal Support Rods
C. Control Rod Position.
• During the unpacking, these 3 brass rods sometimes come out
of position. Simply reposition the rods back in their rubber
grommet holes as shown.
A BC
D
E
F
G
H
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ASSEMBLY
A. Assembly Positions.
• You will see the following areas on the bottom of your piano.
1. Right Piano Leg Position
2. Pedal Assembly Position
3. Left Piano Leg Position
4. Back Piano Leg Position
5. Disk Drive
6. Connection Panel
7. Speakers
8. Power Cord Input
9. Serial Number
3. ATTACHING THE LEGS TO THE PIANO.
B. Install the Right Leg at the top on the Piano.
• Take one of the piano Legs (A) and line it up to position #1.
• Use the bolts and washers in the piano leg box (G).
• Loosely thread both bolts and washers in the threaded lugs.
Then tighten.
• Again, be careful not to push the piano over when attaching
the legs and pedal assembly.
• Handle the high gloss lacquer finish carefully.
• Do not install the right piano leg at position #3 at this point.
C. Tighten the Bolts.
• Tighten both bolts using the wrench provided (D) or a 3/4”
socket wrench as shown.
D. Install the Back Leg.
• Install the back piano leg in position #4 as shown in ‘Assembly
Positions’ Use the same procedure as steps B & C.
• So far you have attached 2 of the 3 legs. This is correct. The
third leg will be attached later.
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ASSEMBLY
A. Pre-Pedal Assembly.
• Tighten both knobs on the bottom of the pedal assembly
clockwise as shown, until they are as close to the pedal board
as possible.
• After your piano has been placed in its final position, these 2
knobs will be adjusted down to stabilize the pedals.
4. PEDAL ASSEMBLY ATTACHMENT
B. Pedal Assembly Preparation.
• Locate the 2 brass support rods (C).
• The ends of these rods have 2 different angles. One angle is
very gentle, ant other is more sharp.
• Using the gentle angle, attach the 2 supporting rods using the
screws (H) with the screwdriver (D) to the back of the pedal
assembly as shown. Tighten securely.
C. Pedal Assembly Attachment.
• The pedal assembly attaches to the 2 threaded lugs as shown
above. Also pictured are 3 square holes for the pedal rods.
Thread the 2 bolts with washers (H) into the lugs and tighten.
While tightening, make sure the 3 pedal rods are positioned at
the 3 square holes.
• When you have finished tightening the pedal assembly, there
will be a space between the 3 pedal rods and the top of their
3 square position holes. This is normal.
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ASSEMBLY
D. The Support Rods.
• Attach the pedal support rods to the piano bottom. Find the
predrilled holes on either side of the speaker. Use the
remaining 4 phillips screws.
IMPORTANT!
• Remember! It is important that one person hold the piano
while the other person performs the installation functions. Be
careful not to push or pull the piano over while installing
these parts.
4. PEDAL ASSEMBLY ATTACHMENT (continued)
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ASSEMBLY
A. Pad the Piano.
• Make a thick pad by folding a blanket or quilt in quarters.
Place it so the pedal assembly will land on it. Using 2 or 3
persons, lift the piano and pivot onto the pad.
5. INSTALLING THE LEFT LEG
B. Install the Left Leg.
• With one person holding the piano in position, go under the
piano and install the left leg as shown in Section 3 - ‘Attaching
the Legs to the Piano’, steps A and B. Next, lift the piano and
remove the thick pad.
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ASSEMBLY
WARNING
• When positioning the piano in your home it is recommended
that you carry it to the final position. The solid brass casters
may be damaged by rough surfaces and the casters may
damage some flooring surfaces like hardwood or tile.
6. POSITIONING YOUR NEW GRAND PIANO
WARNING - DO NOT PUSH THE PIANO!
• Do not roll the piano on its caster wheels. The legs and pedal
assembly may catch on irregular flooring surfaces like door
thresholds and soft-to-hard flooring surfaces.
Severe Damage to Legs Could Occur!
A. Adjust the Pedal Feet.
• With your piano placed in its final position, reach under the
pedal box and adjust the pedal feet down to firmly contact the
floor by turning the knob counter clockwise as shown. You
may need a Pliers to adjust if it is difficult to reach with your
fingers.
B. Install the Power Cord.
• Install the power cord (E) into its receptacle on the bottom left
of the piano.
• Connect the male end to an appropriate wall receptacle.
Important for the stability of the piano!
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CONNECTOR PANEL
1. VIDEO OUTPUT - This jack will send the NTSC video signal of the
Karaoke Lyrics to your TV. It is located to the left of the Connector
Panel. Please use the included cord or similar RCA type cord to plug
the GP-7 video output jack to the similar style Video Input Jack on your
TV.
2. PHONE 1 / PHONE 2 - You can play in total silence, without disturbing
others in the room, by plugging a set of headphones into one of the
appropriate sockets. When headphones are plugged into either of these
jacks the main speaker system is turned off. Two sets of headphones
may be used simultaneously.
3. LINE IN - These stereo audio input jacks will amplify the supplied signal
through the internal sound delivery system. They can be used to hook
up items such as CD players, MP3 player or Cassette player.
LINE OUT - These stereo audio output jacks supplies the piano’s output
signal to external amplification, such as home stereo, PA system or
other stand alone amplifiers.
4. MIDI IN / MIDI OUT - This piano contains MIDI in and MIDI output ports.
MIDI jacks allow communication with other products equipped with MIDI
interfaces. Please see the MIDI section of this manual for further details.
5. USB - The USB connector allows you to connect the piano directly to
your computer, so that you can update your pianos software if necessary. Use the MIDI connectors for all other home computer
applications.
6. MICROPHONE INPUT - The Microphone Input is for use of the microphone.
The Volume Knob controls the Microphone Volume.
The Echo Knob controls the amount of Microphone output echo.
This connector panel, with its various jacks, is located on the bottom left of the piano, under the keybed.
VIDEO USB
1 2 3 4 5 6
PHONES
2 1
LINE
IN OUT
PHONES
2 1
LINE
IN OUT IN OUT
MIDI
MICROPHONE
ECHO INVOL
IN OUT
MIDI
MICROPHONE
ECHO INVOL
USB
VIDEO
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PANEL CONTROLS
This Suzuki piano’s control panel is designed for ease of use and intuitive playing. The following is a brief
description of the features and functions located on the control panel.
1. POWER SWITCH - The power switch is located to the left of the control
panel. Press the button to turn the power on and off. There is an
indicator light on the Floppy Disk Drive located on right front portion of
the piano. This light will be lit when power is on.
Please note, when you turn the power off, do not turn it back on
immediately. Wait at least five seconds to turn the power back on so
that the electronic circuits can properly reset.
2. MASTER VOLUME - Turn this knob to the right to increase the overall
volume of the piano, and to the left to decrease the volume.
3. BASS - Slide this controller to adjust the bass level. The midpoint is
notched. At this midpoint all EQ controls are “flat.”
You may want to adjust this control to sound sculpt your personal sound
preferences.
4. TREBLE - Slide this controller to adjust the treble level. The midpoint is
notched. At this midpoint all EQ controls are “flat.”
You may want to adjust this control to sound sculpt your personal sound
preferences.
5. DEMO (DEMONSTRATION SONGS) - Press the DEMO button.
The first demo song will begin to play instantly.
This piano has thirteen different demonstration songs designed to
showcase the instrument’s capabilities.
Please see the “Demo” section of this manual for more information.
Note: There are also over 50 songs built into this piano to be used as
reference for the Lesson exercises that can also be enjoyed.
Please see the Song section of this manual for more information.
6. SET UP - The SET UP button is used to activate the set up menu
screen.
The majority of this pianos features and functions can be accessed and
adjusted from the Set Up screen menu selections.
Please see the “Setup” section of this manual for more information.
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Baby Grand Digital Piano
GP-7
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POWER MASTER VOLUME
MIN MAX
BASS TREBLE
DEMO
SETUP
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PANEL CONTROLS
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7. TEMPO - Press one of the TEMPO buttons, the current tempo value will
appear on the display.
You can use the TEMPO +, TEMPO – buttons, or the +/– VALUE buttons to
increase or decrease the tempo of Orchestrated Accompaniment Patterns and other Recorded features.
The Tempo value range is from 40 to 250 bpm (beats per minute).
Note: Press the – TEMPO or + TEMPO buttons or the +/– VALUE
buttons simultaneously to recall the default tempo setting for the selected rhythm style.
LED Rhythm light bar display - There is a four-dot beat indicator to
the left of the tempo buttons. It indicates the Tempo and beat for the
accompaniment that is playing. The lights flash simultaneously on the
first beat of each measure, then the indicators flash individually in
sequence on the remaining beats.
8. ONE TOUCH - This button works in association with your selected
Rhythm Style. The ONE TOUCH button will automatically select the
predetermined optimum instrument voice settings for the selected rhythm
style.
Note: The voice, voice volume, fingered accompaniment chord, mode,
harmony and effects will automatically be engaged or altered when the
One Touch button is engaged.
9. ACCOMP (AUTOMATIC ACCOMPANIMENT) - Each of the 100 rhythm
styles have an auto accompaniment pattern, often called the auto bass
chord.
These accompaniments are dedicated to the selected rhythm style, and
will create fully orchestrated rhythm, bass and chord accompaniments,
based on the chord that you play with your left hand.
Note: The ACCOMP button activates the chord select screen.
With the accompaniment function engaged, the keys to the left side of
the split point act as the auto accompaniment piano keys, while the
keys to the right are available for normal playing.
The auto accompaniment fingering modes are single, fingered and piano.
Please see the Auto Accompaniment section of this manual for more
information.
RHYTHM CONTROL
FADEFILL TO VARFILL-ININTRO/ENDING
– TEMPO +
SYNC
ACCOMP
START/STOP
ONE TOUCH
LED Light Bar Display
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PANEL CONTROLS
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10. SYNC (SYNCHRONIZED START) - Synchronized Start mode engages
the auto accompaniment standby mode. This means that your selected
Auto Accompaniment pattern will begin when you press the piano keys to
the left of the split point.
Note: Press the SYNC button and the indicator lights beside the tempo
buttons will flash to the beat of the selected rhythm style.
The rhythm style will start as soon as you play in the auto accompaniment section of the piano.
The auto accompaniment will start with the first recognized chord played
in the auto accompaniment section of the piano.
11. INTRO/END (INTRODUCTION/ENDING PATTERN) - All of the 100
rhythm styles can be started with their own introduction.
Function: When the Intro Button is engaged, the Introduction pattern for
the selected rhythm Style will start.
This is followed by the main pattern.
Each style also has an ending pattern that can be accessed by pressing
this button while the rhythm/accompaniment pattern is engaged.
Note: You can insert a fill-in during the ending pattern to stop the ending
and return to the main accompaniment pattern.
12. START/STOP - This button starts and stops the selected rhythm style,
the recording in the music recorder, Demonstration Song, Song on
Floppy Disk or other prerecorded items.
Press the Start / Stop Button to engage or terminate your selected
function.
RHYTHM CONTROL
FADEFILL TO VARFILL-ININTRO/ENDING
– TEMPO +
SYNC
ACCOMP
START/STOP
ONE TOUCH
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13. FILL IN - This function provides the Orchestrated Rhythm Accompaniment with a short rhythm pattern of one or two measures for each style.
Function: Press the FILL IN button at any time while the Accompaniment
is playing.
Note: If you hold down the FILL IN button, the fill-in pattern will repeat
until the button is released, then the main pattern will play from the
beginning of its next measure.
14. FILL TO VAR (VARIATION) - All of the 100 rhythm styles include a
variation of that style that can be accessed simply by engaging the FILL
TO VAR (Fill To Variation of Engaged Rhythm Style) button.
Note: If the variation button is selected the engaged rhythm style will
proceed to the variation of that rhythm pattern.
15. FADE - The FADE button allows the engaged rhythm style/accompaniment pattern to fade from its full volume to its conclusion.
When the fade out has finished the LED will flash while the previously set
volume levels are being restored.
Note: Pressing the FADE button after it has already been engaged will
switch the fade feature off.
The fade in and fade out time is assignable in the Setup Button menu
screen under the “performance” title.
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RHYTHM STYLES
POPACOUSTIC
BIG BAND BOSSANOVA
RHYTHM CONTROL
FADEFILL TO VARFILL-ININTRO/ENDING
– TEMPO +
SYNC
ACCOMP
START/STOP
ONE TOUCH
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16. QUICK SELECT RHYTHM STYLE BUTTONS - There a total of 100
Rhythm Style Accompaniments in the GP-7 Piano.
There are ten Rhythm Styles that can be selected quickly by pressing one
of the ten quick select RHYTHM STYLE buttons.
The Rhythm Style Group Name is printed above the style select button.
The style name and its number will be shown on the Display LCD when
selected.
Note: Pressing the same RHYTHM STYLE button a Second time will
engage a rhythm style menu screen from which you can pick from the
entire list of 70 Rhythm Styles.
Each Quick Select Rhythm button can access up to eight related styles.
At least four Rhythm Styles will be displayed on the LCD Screen.
If there are more than four styles available from the Rhythm Style Button
that you selected, then the Screen Right LED indicator will light up.
Press the lit Screen Right Button to view all available Styles.
Use the Cursor and the Enter Button to select your desired Rhythm Style.
Please see the Rhythm Section of this manual for more information.
17. UPPER - This is the Main 88 note Instrument Voice Selection Button.
This button is used to select the voice for the “Upper Mode” and engages
the selected voice for all 88 piano keys. When the Lower Button is
engaged the Instrument Voice Selected for the Upper Mode will play on
the piano keys to the right of the piano key “Split Point”.
Please see the Piano Instrument Voices section of this manual for a
listing of the instrument voices available on this piano.
18. LAYER - Engaging the LAYER button will put the piano in the layer, or
dual mode. Layer refers to an additional Instrument Voice that is “tone
mixed” or “Layered” with the selected Upper Instrument Voice.
Please see the “Piano Voices” section of this manual for more information.
19. LOWER - When the LOWER feature is engaged the piano operates in
the “Split Mode.” In the split mode the Piano’s 88 Piano Keys are
divided into two sections. In the right hand section the “Upper” and (if
engaged) the “Layered” Voice is heard. In the left hand section of the 88
Piano Keys the “Lower” function Instrument Voice can be selected to
sound when the Lower Piano Keys are played.
Please see the Piano Voices section for more information.
RHYTHM STYLES
LATINROCKOLDIESPOP
SWING
ACOUSTIC
S.BALLAD R&BBIG BAND BOSSANOVA
UPPER
LAYER
LOWER
ESCAPE
CURSER
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PANEL CONTROLS
20. CURSOR - The CURSOR button group allows you to access and
highlight different areas within the LCD Display screen.
Please note - After your selection has been highlighted Press the Enter
button to engage your selected item.
21. ESCAPE - The ESCAPE button is located below the Cursor Button
Group. When this button is pressed it will return the current LCD
Display screen to the previous LCD Display screen.
Continue pressing this button to return to the original default performance LCD Display screen.
22. SCREEN LEFT, SCREEN RIGHT - The SCREEN buttons are available
for use when there is more information than can be viewed on the LCD
Display Screen. If your selected feature or function has additional LCD
Display Screen information the Screen Left and/or Screen Right LED
buttons will lit up. If an indicator light is on then there is additional screen
information available for the selected function.
Use the SCREEN LEFT or SCREEN RIGHT buttons to access the
additional menu pages that you want to view.
23. VALUE - Use the VALUE + and - buttons to adjust levels on the currently
selected feature.
These buttons auto repeat when they are held down, therefore they will
continue to cycle upward or downward until the button is released.
Please Note - the default factory setting of the selected parameter can be
recalled by pressing down both the VALUE + and - buttons at the same
time.
24. ENTER - Use the Enter button to select the highlighted function or
feature on the LCD Display Screen of the piano. This will engage your
selected highlighted item.
25. CONTRAST KNOB - Use the contrast knob to adjust the brightness and
contrast of the display screen.
26. VALUE WHEEL - Use the value wheel to change the function parameters or levels of the selected item or it’s highlighted feature. It has the
same function as the Value + or - buttons.
To increase the value turn the wheel clockwise, to decrease the value
turn the wheel counterclockwise.
UPPER
LAYER
LOWER
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VALUE
– +
CONTRAST
LEFT RIGHT
SCREEN
DATA WHEEL
ESCAPE
ENTER
CURSER
20
21
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PANEL CONTROLS
27. GRAND PIANO - This button will reset the piano to its default (power
up) settings while engaging the Grand Piano voice for all 88 piano keys.
Note: The Grand Piano Button is very useful to quickly escape from any
feature and/or functions modes that are currently engaged.
Use this button when you want to leave a current setting or to restart a
feature or function that didn’t seem to engage properly.
28. REVERB - The reverb effect is engaged automatically when the power is
turned on. Reverb simulates the effect of playing in a big room or hall
where the sound reverberates off the walls and ceiling.
Function: Press the REVERB button once to select or deselect the
function. When the Reverb feature is engaged the Reverb Type & depth
(amount of Reverb) is displayed on the LCD Screen.
29. EFFECTS - The EFFECTS button will add chorus, flanger or delay effects
to the selected Instrument Voice.
There are eight DSP (Digital Signal Processing) effects available.
Function: Press the Effect button once to select or deselect the function.
When the Effect feature is engaged the Effect Type & depth (amount of
Effect) is displayed on the LCD Screen.
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REVERB
EFFECTS
GRAND PIANO
VALUE
– +
CONTRAST
LEFT RIGHT
SCREEN
DATA WHEEL
ESCAPE
ENTER
CURSER
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PANEL CONTROLS
30. (QUICK SELECT INSTRUMENT VOICE) SOUND GROUP - There are
sixteen voices that can be selected quickly by pressing one of the Instrument Voice select buttons. The voice name and its number will be
shown on the LCD Display Screen.
Note: To see the selected Sound Group Instrument Voice menu press
the Instrument Voice button twice. Each button accesses a group of
eight related voices in two groups of four for a total of 128 GM voices.
Please see the Piano Voices section of this manual for more information.
31. STORE - The STORE button engages the registration memory feature.
Registration is used to save your current piano settings of rhythm, voice,
accompaniment, and other features you have engaged. The piano has
four banks with six registrations in each bank for a total of 24 Registration memories locations.
Please see the Registration Memory section of the manual for more
information.
32. REGISTRATION NUMBER BUTTONS - Use the registration number
buttons 1-6 to save or recall a setting in the registration memory.
Please see the Registration Memory section of the manual for more
information.
33. BANK - There are four registration banks, A, B, C and D. Press the BANK
button to cycle through these banks.
Please see the Registration Memory section of this manual for more
information.
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SOUND GROUP
SYNTH FXSYNTHSYNTH LEADFLUTE
ORGAN
SAXOPHONE
GUITAR BASSPIANO VIBES
SOUND FXSTL.DRUMBANJO
VIOLIN STRINGS TRUMPET
REGISTRATION MEMORY
54321STORE 6 BANK
REVERB
EFFECTS
GRAND PIANO
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PANEL CONTROLS
34. ACCOMP (ACCOMPANIMENT) - Music Recorder Section - The
ACCOMP button is used to record the selected auto Accompaniment
Rhythm Style for your music recording session.
See Record Section of the manual for further information.
35. MEL (MELODY) 1-4 - Music Recorder Section - There are four tracks
for recording melody or piano keys to the right side of the Split Point if
the Accompaniment Rhythm Style is engaged. These Melody recording
tracks will record all 88 piano keys when the Accompaniment is not
engaged.
See Record Section of the manual for further information.
36. RESET - Music Recorder Section - The RESET button is used to erase a
previously recorded track.
Press and hold the Reset Button while you press the Accomp. or Mel. 1-4
Button that you want to erase.
See Record Section of the manual for further information.
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ACCOMP MEL 1
COMPOSER
MEL 2 MEL 3 MEL 4 RESET
END MARKBEG MARKRECORDSTOPPLAY/PAUSE
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37. PLAY/PAUSE - Press the PLAY/PAUSE button to hear previously
recorded tracks. Press the PLAY/PAUSE button again to pause the
recording or playback.
See Record Section of the manual for further information.
38. STOP - Press the STOP button to stop the recording or playback.
See Record Section of the manual for further information.
39. RECORD - This Piano contains a 5-track Music Recorder (Sequencer),
that allows the user to record their music performances.
It can record all Upper Voice (not Layer Voice or Lower Voice) note
events exactly as they are performed.
When the RECORD button is pressed it puts the selected Music Record
tracks into the record standby mode.
Recording begins as soon as you start to play on any section of the
piano.
Please see the Record section of the manual for more information.
Note: Mel. 1-4 Music Recording tracks only record the Upper Instrument
Voice notes that are played.
40. BEG (BEGIN) MARK - Use this button to mark the beginning section of a
recorded passage that you want to isolate.
You can use this feature to isolate part of a recording for listening,
correcting or embellishing.
See Record Section of the manual for further information.
41. END MARK - Use this button to mark the end of the recorded section you
wish to isolate for listening, correcting or embellishing.
See Record Section of the manual for further information.
ACCOMP MEL 1
COMPOSER
MEL 2 MEL 3 MEL 4 RESET
END MARKBEG MARKRECORDSTOPPLAY/PAUSE
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42. METRONOME - The METRONOME button toggles the metronome
feature on and off and accesses the Metronome menu. The tempo can
be increased or decreased using the TEMPO + and - buttons.
Please see the Setup section of this manual for more information.
43. DISK - The DISK button toggles the disk the LCD Display Screen on
and off. Please see the Disk section of this manual for more information.
44. MIDI - MIDI is an acronym for Musical Instrument Digital Interface. The
MIDI features in this piano are capable of communicating with and/or
controlling other MIDI Musical Instruments or MIDI devices such as
computers etc... Please see the MIDI section of this manual for more
information.
45. SONG - Use the SONG button to access the music Lesson program and
the Song Select screen. This “music teacher” feature can be used as an
aid to learn and play along with the more than 50 songs built into this
piano. The SONG button turns the music teacher function on and off.
Please see the Song section of this manual for more information.
46. ACCOMP VOLUME - Slide this knob to adjust the volume of the Accompaniment portion of the piano. This control may also affect the disk
playback volume depending on the disk content’s formatting.
Slide up to increase the volume and down to decrease.
ACCOMP MEL 1
COMPOSER
MEL 2 MEL 3 MEL 4 RESET
VOLUME
MIN
ACCOMP
MAX
END MARKBEG MARKRECORDSTOPPLAY/PAUSE
METRONOME
SONGMIDI
DISK
46
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DISK DRIVE
DISK DRIVE - The disk drive is located under the piano keys on the right hand
side of the unit. It is used to play a floppy disk.
Please see the Disk section of this manual for more information.
Floppy Disk Drive “In Use”
Indicator LED Light
Piano Power On/Off
Indicator LED Light
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PIANO PEDALS
1. SOFT PEDAL - When the left pedal is engaged the piano volume is
reduced and the timbre slightly altered on the notes that are played.
2. FUNCTION PEDAL - This center pedal can be used to trigger various
events, such as start/stop and Fill In. Pedal function is assigned in the
setup menu, “Pedal Assign”. Please see the Setup section of this
manual for more information.
3. SUSTAIN PEDAL - When the right pedal is engaged the piano keys will
continue to sustain as they are played. Thereby the piano note will
decay gradually) as if you were continuing to hold down the piano keys.
PEDALS
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DISPLAY SCREEN
How to select and engage a Menu Item on the LCD Display Screen:
1. Use the CURSOR keys to select Function or Feature that you wish to
engage. When this item is selected it will be highlighted.
2. Use the Escape Button to go back to the previous Display Screen.
The ESCAPE button in the middle of the cursor controls will return the
current LCD Display screen to the previous LCD Display screen.
Continue pressing the Escape button to return to the initial Menu
Screen.
3. The Left and Right SCREEN buttons will move the Screen Display to
additional Menu Screens within the selected Menu.
The Left and Right Screen Button LED indicators will be lit if there is
additional Screen Menu information available.
4. Use the (+ and -) VALUE buttons to adjust the parameter of the selected
Screen Menu item.
5. Use the ENTER button to engage a highlighted selection.
You must press the Enter Button to engage your selected Feature or
Function.
6. The VALUE or DATA wheel can be used as an alternative to the VALUE
buttons.
3 4 5
VALUE
– +
CONTRAST
LEFT RIGHT
SCREEN
DATA WHEEL
ESCAPE
ENTER
CURSER
1
2
6
The Main Performance Menu Screen is shown and explained below.
The sound
channel mode.
Auto Accompaniment: When
auto accompaniment is
engaged, this area shows the
chord that is playing.
(NC = no chord)
Registration: The current
bank (A) and registration
number (1).
The current
selected tempo.
The currently selected Instrument
Voice Number and Name, since this
area is highlighted it is selected and
available for changes.
The currently
selected Style
number and
name.
UPPER
NC
1 : Big Band
A1 / = 100
1 : Grand Piano
MAIN PERFORMANCE SCREEN
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DEMONSTRATION SONGS
SELECT AND PLAY A DEMO SONG -
1. Press the DEMO button, the indicator will turn on. The first demo song
will playback instantly. The piano will now play all thirteen demonstration
songs unless the Start/Stop or Demo Button is pressed..
2. Press the DEMO button again to play a specific Demo Song.
3. Use the SCREEN RIGHT or SCREEN LEFT buttons to access all
thirteen Demo Songs within the Demo Song Select menu.
4. Use the CURSOR buttons to move the highlighted area to the song you
wish to hear.
5. Press the ENTER button to confirm your selection. Your selected song will
playback instantly. When the song has finished the next Demo Song will
begin to play. To Stop press the START/STOP or Demo Button.
6. Press the DEMO button again to exit the Demonstration Song Mode, the
LED Indicator Light will turn off.
PLAYING THE DEMONSTRATION SONGS - This piano has thirteen different demonstration songs that are
designed to showcase the different Instrument Voices that are available on this Baby Grand Piano.
The LCD Screen Display will show the demonstration song name.
All the demonstration songs will play back repeatedly until the Start/Stop or Demo Button is pressed.
In addition there are over 50 Play Along Songs in the Lesson Portion of this piano that can also be listened to for
their musical enjoyment. Please see the Lesson section of this manual for more information.
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DEMO
Bossa Nueva
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Demo Song Select
Bossa Nueva
Vibra Jazz
Mozart Piano
String Riot
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Demo Song Select
Samba Time
Spanish Vibe
Bach F minor
Symphonic
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Demo Song Select
Samba Time
Spanish Vibe
Bach F minor
Symphonic
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DEMO
Bach F minor
DEMO
DEMO
CURSER
LEFT RIGHT
SCREEN
ENTER
DEMO
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PIANO VOICES - SOUND CHANNEL MODES
ASSIGNING DIFFERENT PIANO SOUND CHANNEL MODES -
Depending on your playing style this piano can be set up to play in 4 different
Piano Sound Channel Modes: Upper, Layer, Lower and Drum.
TO SELECT AND ENGAGE ONE OF DIFFERENT SOUND CHANNEL MODES
PRESS ONE OF THEIR RESPECTIVE BUTTONS.
UPPER VOICE - Upper is use to select the Upper or MAIN voice of the piano.
The upper mode engages the selected piano voice for all of the piano
keys.
LAYER (DUAL) VOICE - Layer, or dual, refers to an additional voice that is tone
mixed with the selected Upper or Main Instrument Voice. The selected
Layer voice will be heard with the Upper voice when the layer feature is
engaged.
LOWER VOICE - In the lower, or split, mode the piano is divided into two sections. In the right hand section the selected main voice, or the layer
voice will sound. In the left hand section a different voice can be selected to sound when the keys are played.
Note: You can change the Instrument Voice selection for each Piano
Sound Channel Mode only when it is highlighted on the LCD Display
Screen.
To highlight one of the Piano Sound Channel Modes press the respective
control panel button.
To Change the Instrument Voice of your selected Piano Sound Channel
Highlight the Instrument Voice listed and use the VALUE + and - buttons
or the DATA WHEEL to access your desired Instrument Voice.
See the Set Up mode section of this manual for further information on
setting the Lower Voice Piano Key Split Point.
Example of LCD Display Screen when the Layer Button is pressed.
DRUM (PIANO KEY PERCUSSION) - To engage this feature:
Press the Setup Button once.
Press the Screen Right Button.
Highlight the Percussion Box on the LCD Display Screen Menu Box.
Note: The Piano Key Percussion Mode refers to the Percussion Voices
that can be played by the Piano Keys from the eight internal drum kits in
this pianos sound library.
There is also a sound effects kit that can be played while the piano is in
this mode.
When this Piano Key Drum Percussion Mode is engaged, the piano
keys will only play percussive voices - the piano keys will not play
normal piano sounds. The percussion mode and drum kits are
selected in the setup menu “Percussion”.
Please see the Setup section of this manual for more information.
LAYER
NC
1 : Big Band
A1 / = 100
49 : Strings 1
UPPER
LAYER
LOWER
SETUP
VALUE
– +
LEFT RIGHT
SCREEN
DATA WHEEL
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PIANO VOICES - VOICE SELECTION
UPPER
NC
1 : Big Band
A1 / = 100
20 : Church Organ
VOICE SELECTION FOR UPPER, LAYER AND LOWER SOUND MODES
There are 128 GM (General MIDI) Instrument Voices available on this
piano.
A complete list of all 128 Instrument Voices can be found in the back of
this manual.
THERE ARE TWO WAYS TO SELECT AN INSTRUMENT VOICE
A) Selecting one of the quick Voice Select Buttons as shown in the
Piano Voices Quick Select Section of this manual.
B) Scroll through the Instrument Voices as shown below.
SCROLL THROUGH THE INSTRUMENT VOICES
1. Press the VALUE + and - Buttons or the DATA Wheel to cycle through
the Instrument Voice Names until you reach the Instrument Voice or
Sound Mode that you would like to select.
After pressing the enter button highlighted selection will be engaged.
For our example we selected Church Organ Voice number 20.
Note: To select an additional Sound Channel Mode, (LAYER or
LOWER). Press their respective control panel button.
The Upper Sound Channel is always on.
If you want to change the Upper sound channel instrument voice and the
Upper sound channel is already selected you do not need to press the
Upper sound channel button. Simply change the Instrument Voice as
shown above.
VALUE
– +
DATA WHEEL
UPPER
LAYER
LOWER
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Quick Select Sound Group Buttons Shown Above.
To select an Instrument Voice for your Piano follow the easy steps shown
below:
QUICK SELECT -
For all 88 Key voice selections (Upper Mode)
There are 16 voices that can be selected quickly by pressing one of the
16 quick select SOUND GROUP buttons.
1. Select one of the 16 Quick Select Instrument Voice Buttons.
The Instrument Voice Button indicator LED will light and the LCD
Display Screen will show the selected Instrument Voice number and it’s
name will be highlighted.
In our example we have selected the Saxophone Voice.
For the Layer and Lower Sound Mode Sections of the Piano
1. Select the Sound Mode Button LAYER or LOWER, for the Instrument
Voice that you want to change.
The Button’s LED will turn on and the LCD Display will show the selected Sound Mode and its currently selected instrument voice.
In our example we have selected the Layer Sound Channel Mode.
2. Select one of the 16 Quick Select Instrument Voice Buttons.
The Instrument Voice Button indicator LED will light and the LCD
Display Screen will show the selected Instrument Voice number and it’s
name will be highlighted.
In our example above we have selected the Saxophone Voice.
PIANO VOICES - QUICK SELECTION
LAYER
NC
1 : Big Band
A1 / = 100
1 : Grand Piano
LAYER
NC
1 : Big Band
A1 / = 100
65 : Soprano Sax
SOUND GROUP
SYNTH FXSYNTHSYNTH LEADFLUTE
ORGAN
SAXOPHONE
GUITAR BASSPIANO VIBES
SOUND FXSTL.DRUMBANJO
VIOLIN STRINGS TRUMPET
SOUND GROUP
FLUTESAXOPHONE
PIANO VIBES
UPPER
LAYER
LOWER
SOUND GROUP
FLUTESAXOPHONE
PIANO VIBES
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PIANO VOICES - SELECTING ALL VOICES
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Reed Group A
Soprano Sax
Tenor Sax
Alto Sax
Baritone Sax
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Reed Group B
Oboe
Bassoon
English Horn
Clarinet
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Reed Group B
Oboe
Bassoon
English Horn
Clarinet
UPPER
NC
1 : Big Band
A1 / = 100
70 : English Horn
SELECTING ONE OF THE 128 VOICES
1. Press a quick select SOUND GROUP buttons twice, to engage an
Instrument Voice selection menu on the display screen.
NOTE: Each Sound Group button is assigned eight related voices in two
groups of four.
2. Press the SCREEN RIGHT or SCREEN LEFT buttons to “page” through
all the voice groups that the piano offers.
3. Press one of the CURSOR buttons to move the highlighted area to the
voice you would like to select.
4. Press the ENTER button to confirm your selection.
After a 4 second delay the LCD Display Screen will revert to the performance screen showing the new voice.
SOUND GROUP
FLUTESAXOPHONE
PIANO VIBES
LEFT RIGHT
SCREEN
CURSER
ENTER
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The Grand Piano, Reverb and Chorus Buttons can reset your
piano’s current functions or add Digital Effects to your selected
Instrument Voice.
GRAND PIANO - This button will reset the piano to its default (power up)
settings. The Grand Piano voice will be engaged for all 88 keys.
No matter what control, functions, features or modes that the piano is in,
it will be “reset” to strictly the basic operating system of upper piano
voice for all 88 piano keys.
REVERB - The reverb effect is engaged automatically when the power is turned
on. Reverb simulates the effect of playing in a big room or hall where
the sound reverberates off the walls and ceiling. The reverb feature will
toggle on and off by pressing the REVERB button. The reverb setting
does not affect the auto accompaniment.
Reverb depth can be changed in the setup menu “Reverb”. Please see
the Setup section for more information.
EFFECTS - The EFFECTS button will add chorus, flanger or the delay effect to the
selected to the selected instrument voice(s). There are eight DSP
(Digital Signal Processing) effects available. Use the setup menu “Effects” to change the effect. Please see the Setup section of this manual
for more information.
PIANO VOICES - EFFECTS AND RESET
GRAND PIANO
REVERB
EFFECTS
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QUICK SELECT - There are ten Rhythm Style Buttons that can be selected
quickly by pressing one of these ten quick select RHYTHM STYLE
buttons shown above.
1. Press the RHYTHM STYLE button that corresponds to your desired
rhythm style, its indicator LED will turn on. The rhythm style will
instantly be selected, the rhythm style number and name will show on
the LCD Display Screen.
For our example we selected the Bossa Rhythm Style Button.
Note: To hear just the Rhythm Percussion (drum kit only) of your
selected rhythm pattern press the Start/Stop Button.
To hear and play along with the entire accompaniment orchestration
see the Auto Accompaniment Section of this manual.
RHYTHM SECTION - SELECTING A RHYTHM
RHYTHM STYLE SELECTION - Your Suzuki GP-7 Piano has a large variety of
exciting musical “Rhythm Styles” that you can “play along with” to back up your
own performance. You can choose from a simple piano or percussion accompaniment to a full band or orchestra.
Stored in the memory of this Instrument are 100 Rhythm Styles plus a variation
of each style pattern.
There is a complete list of all 100 Rhythm Styles in the back of the manual.
STYLE
NC
1 : Grand Piano
A1 / = 120
8 : Cool Bossa
RHYTHM STYLES
LATINROCKOLDIESPOP
SWING
ACOUSTIC
S.BALLAD R&BBIG BAND BOSSANOVA
RHYTHM STYLES
POPACOUSTIC
BIG BAND BOSSANOVA
START/STOP
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RHYTHM SECTION - SELECTING A RHYTHM
SELECTING ONE OF THE 100 RHYTHM STYLES FROM THE
RHYTHM STYLE BUTTON GROUPS
1. Press one of the quick select RHYTHM STYLE buttons twice, to display
the Rhythm Style selection menu on the display screen.
Each button will contain four to eight related Rhythm Styles.
For our example we pressed the Swing Button.
2. Use the SCREEN RIGHT, SCREEN LEFT buttons to page through the
Rhythm Style groups.
For out example we pressed the Screen Right Button once.
3. Use the CURSOR buttons to move the highlighted area to the rhythm
style you would like to select.
For our example we pressed the Middle Cursor Button once.
4. Press the ENTER button to confirm your selection. The display will
revert to the performance screen showing your newly selected Rhythm
Style.
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Swing Group A
Swing Trio
Swingin’Organ
Solo Piano Swing
Dixie
STYLE
NC
19 : Jazz
A1 / = 100
1 : Grand Piano
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Swing Group B
JazzLounge
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Swing Group B
Lounge Jazz
Swing
Swing
Note: The Rhythm Style Group will be shown on the LCD Display
Screen for 6 seconds then it will revert back to the original Performance
Display Screen.
To setup the Display Screen to hold longer than 6 seconds please see
the Set Up Section of this manual under the Screen Hold Heading.
RHYTHM STYLES
OLDIESPOP
SWING
ACOUSTIC
BIG BAND BOSSANOVA
LEFT RIGHT
SCREEN
CURSER
ENTER
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RHYTHM SECTION - SELECTING A RHYTHM
SELECTING A RHYTHM STYLE USING LCD DISPLAY PANEL CONTROLS
Selecting a Rhythm Style using only the Cursor and Value Buttons
1. Highlight the Rhythm Style name area using the CURSOR buttons.
2. Press the VALUE + and - buttons or turn the Data Wheel to cycle
through the Rhythm Style numbers and names until you reach your
desired rhythm style.
For our example we pressed the Value + Button until we arrived at the
Swing Trio Rhythm Style.
Note: If you hold down the + or - Value Button the Rhythm Styles will
cycle up or down respectively until you release the Button.
STYLE
NC
1 : Big Band
A1 / = 100
1 : Grand Piano
STYLE
NC
14 : Swing Trio
A1 / = 100
1 : Grand Piano
CURSER
VALUE
– +
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RHYTHM SECTION - PLAYING THE RHYTHM
STRAIGHT START.
1. Press the Start/Stop Button.
Your Selected Rhythm Style Drum Pattern will begin to play.
INTRO - Begin the Rhythm Performance with an Intro Pattern.
1. Press the INTRO/ENDING Button.
2. Press the Start/Stop Button.
An Intro pattern is played, after which the normal rhythm pattern begins.
SYNCHRONIZED START - Begin the Rhythm Performance when you play a
chord with the piano keys on the left side of the piano.
1. Press the SYNC Button.
2. Play a Chord on the piano keys on the Left Hand side of the piano.
The normal rhythm pattern begins to play as soon as the Chord is
played.
FILL IN - You can insert a fill-in pattern any time during the rhythm performance.
Choose from two different Fill In Patterns (Fill In or Fill to Var)
1. Press the Start / Stop Button.
2. Press the piano Fill In or Fill to Var Button.
A Fill In Pattern is heard for the remainder of the measure.
When a Fill In Button is pressed on the last beat of the measure, the Fill
In pattern continues until the end of the following measure.
The Fill In Pattern will continue to Play for as long as you hold down a
Fill In Button.
ENDING - Finish the Rhythm Performance with an Ending Pattern.
1. Press the Start / Stop Button.
2. Press the Intro / Ending Button.
An Ending is produced and then the Rhythm Performance stops.
Note: If you accidently press the Intro / Ending Button in the middle of
the tune Press a Fill In Button. The Ending Pattern will Stop and the
normal rhythm performance continues.
Intro, Fill-In and Ending Patterns fitting each different Rhythm Style are
permanently stored in your instrument, allowing a versatile
Rhythm Performance.
START/STOP
INTRO/ENDING
START/STOP
SYNC
START/STOP
FILL-IN FILL TO VAR
INTRO/ENDING
START/STOP
RHYTHM CONTROL
FADEFILL TO VARFILL-ININTRO/ENDINGSYNC START/STOP
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RHYTHM SECTION - PLAYING THE RHYTHM
FADE - Finish the Rhythm Performance by “fading out” and the Rhythm Volume
will gradually decrease.
1. Press the Start / Stop Button
2. Press the Fade Button.
The normal rhythm pattern begins to gradually Fade until completion.
ADJUST THE TEMPO CONTROLS - The Tempo of the Rhythm Pattern can be
adjusted with the Tempo Buttons, the Value Buttons ( + - ) or the
Data Wheel.
1. The Tempo is shown on the LCD Display as a numerical value from 40 to
250 BPM (Beats Per Minute).
2. Press the Tempo Buttons to adjust the Tempo.
TEMPO - There is a four-beat indicator next to the TEMPO buttons that visually
indicates the tempo and the beat of the selected rhythm style.
Each style has its own preset tempo.
Note: If you change the rhythm style during play, the tempo will keep the
previous Rhythm Styles Default Tempo.
However if you press the –/+ TEMPO buttons simultaneously it will set
the tempo to the current rhythm styles’ default value.
Also Note: The Tempo can also be adjusted from the performance
screen.
When the Tempo Area of the LCD Display is highlighted then the Tempo
can be adjusted using the Value Buttons or the Data Wheel
To adjust Tempo during Playback see below.
– TEMPO +
START/STOP
FADE
VALUE
– +
DATA WHEEL
RHYTHM CONTROL
FADEFILL TO VARFILL-ININTRO/ENDING
– TEMPO +
SYNC
ACCOMPONE TOUCH
START/STOP
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AUTO ACCOMPANIMENT
Simply by playing a chord on the keyboard, the AUTO ACCOMPANIMENT
function automatically plays an accompaniment pattern which matches perfectly
the selected rhythm. With a real accompaniment as a background, you can
concentrate on playing the melody.
HOW AUTO ACCOMPANIMENT WORKS
When an Auto Accompaniment Chord is selected, an automatic accompaniment which matches the Rhythm Pattern you have chosen is played
in the chord which you specify with your left hand.
The melody is played with your right hand.
The Accompaniment Pattern of the Auto Accompaniment are composed
of the DRUMS, BASS and ACCOMPANIMENT (Accomp. Chords).
Note: The Volume of each part can be adjusted with the LCD Volume
Level Screen.
Press the UPPER Sound Channel Button to view this Menu Screen.
Accompaniment
Piano Key Area
Left Hand Area Right Hand Area
RHYTHM CONTROL
– TEMPO + ACCOMPONE TOUCH
START/STOPINTRO/ENDINGSYNC FILL-IN FILL TO VAR FADE
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AUTO ACCOMPANIMENT - TYPES
HOW TO PLAY CHORDS
There are 3 different ways to specify chords on the Keyboard.
Basic Mode (One Finger)
For beginner players, a left hand chord can be specified with just one
finger. You can either press one key on the left keyboard section to
specify the root note (one-finger), or play all the notes of the chord.
Note: When the rhythm is on, even if the keys are released, the
accompaniment continues to play in the specified chord until you specify
another chord.
ONE FINGER
Press a key in the left keyboard section to specify the root note. The
major chord corresponding to this root note is automatically played in an
accompaniment pattern.
Accompaniment
Piano Key Area
Left Hand Area Right Hand Area
Major Chord: Press any key in the auto accompaniment section of
the piano. The key you press determines the root note of the major
chord.
Minor Chord: Press the root key and the third piano key to its right
(minor 3rd key) in the auto accompaniment section of the piano
simultaneously.
Seventh Chord: Press the root key and the piano key to its immediate left (7th key) in the auto accompaniment section of the piano
simultaneously.
Minor-Seventh Chord: Press the root key and both the second
piano key to its left (7th key) and the third piano key to its right (minor
3rd key) in the auto accompaniment section of the piano simultaneously.
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AUTO ACCOMPANIMENT - TYPES
FINGERING GUIDE
Note: The notes listed in parentheses can be omitted.
The listed chord fingerings are all in root note position, other inversions
can be used with the exception of:
1. The M6 chords are only recognized in root note position. All
other inversions are interpreted as m7.
2. The 6 9 chords are only recognized in root note position. All
other inversions are interpreted as minor chords.
3. The m6 chords are only recognized in root note position. All
other inversions are interpreted as m7b5.
4. With aug and dim7 chords the lowest note played is assumed to
be the root.
FINGERED MODE - The fingered mode is ideal if you already know how to play
chords on the piano.
Specify the chord by playing all the notes in the chord.
Play Chords by pressing a least three keys.
Note: If a chord played cannot be recognized (fingered beyond the table
shown below), the previous chord will keep playing.
An unrecognized chord cannot start the auto accompaniment in the
synchronized start mode.
The “Fingering Guide” table below lists all of the 16 playable chords of
this mode.
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ACCOMP : Fingered
One Finger
Piano Mode
Fingered
Chord Mark Fingering
Major M 1-3-5
Major sixth M6 1-3-5-6
Major seventh M7 1-3-(5)-7
Major add ninth M 9 1-2-3-(5)-7
Augmented Aug 1-3-#5
Minor m 1-b3-5
Minor sixth m6 1-b3-5-6
Minor seventh m7 1-b3-(5)-b7
Minor seventh flatten fifth m7b5 1-(b3)-b5-b7
Minor add ninth m 9 1-2-b3-(5)-b7
Minor major seventh mM7 1-b3-(5)-7
Diminished Dim 1-b3-b5
Diminished seventh Dim7 1-b3-b5-6
Seventh 7 1-3-(5)-b7
Seventh suspend fourth 7sus4 1-4-5-b7
Suspended fourth Sus4 1-4-5
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PIANO CHORD MODE
In the Piano Mode the entire keyboard can be used to specify chords for
the automatic accompaniment.
Note: In this Mode the keyboard does not Split.
Chords can be specified anywhere on the keyboard.
Chords are specified the same way as for the Fingered Mode and the
types of Chords are also the same.
MANUAL BASS
It is possible to play Single Note Bass Lines in the Accompaniment
Piano Key Area of the Piano when the Manual Bass Function is engaged.
Please see the Key Mode area of the SET UP section of this manual.
AUTO ACCOMPANIMENT - TYPES
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ACCOMP : Piano
One Finger
Piano Mode
Fingered
SPLIT POINT
The piano is split into two sections at the split point.
The default split point is the G2 key for auto accompaniment.
A different split point can be assigned in the setup menu “Performance”.
Please see the Setup Section of this manual for more information.
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AUTO ACCOMPANIMENT - HOW TO USE
SELECTING YOUR AUTO CHORD TYPE
1. Press the ACCOMP button,
Its indicator LED will turn on.
The LCD Display Screen will show the accompaniment “Chord” menu.
2. Use the cursor to move the highlighted area to the chord fingering mode
that you want, One Finger, Fingered or Piano. The Fingered mode is the
default mode.
3. Press the ENTER button to confirm your selection.
If you do not press the Enter Button your selection will not be engaged.
Note - when the Auto Accompaniment Mode is engaged the LCD
Display Screen will show the specified Chord on the bottom left portion
of the Performance Menu screen.
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One Finger
Piano Mode
Fingered
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ACCOMP : Fingered
One Finger
Piano Mode
Fingered
– TEMPO + ONE TOUCH ACCOMP
ACCOMP
CURSER
ENTER
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AUTO ACCOMPANIMENT - HOW TO PLAY
PLAYING IN THE AUTO ACCOMPANIMENT MODE
1. Press the ACCOMP button its LED indicator light will turn on.
2. Select the Chord Fingering Mode (see previous page).
SYNCHRONIZED START
Begin the Accompaniment Orchestration when you play a chord with the
piano keys on the left side of the piano.
1. Press the SYNC Button
The Tempo LED Indicator lights will flash.
2. Play your Respective Chord Type on the Accompaniment area of the
piano keys.
The Accompaniment Pattern begins to play as soon as the Chord is
played.
SYNCHRONIZED INTRO START
Begin the Accompaniment Orchestration with an Intro Pattern.
1. Press the SYNC Button
The Tempo LED Indicator lights will flash.
2. Press the INTRO/ENDING Button.
3. Play your Respective Chord Type on the Accompaniment area of the
piano keys.
The Accompaniment Pattern begins to play as soon as the Chord is
played.
ACCOMP
SYNC
SYNC
INTRO/ENDING
RHYTHM CONTROL
– TEMPO + ONE TOUCH
START/STOP FILL-IN FILL TO VAR FADE
ACCOMP
SYNC INTRO/ENDING
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AUTO ACCOMPANIMENT - HOW TO PLAY
FILL IN - You can insert a fill-in pattern any time during the rhythm performance.
Choose from two different Fill In Patterns (Fill In or Fill to Var)
1. Press the Start / Stop Button.
2. Press the piano Fill In or Fill to Var Button.
A Fill In Pattern is heard for the remainder of the measure.
When a Fill In Button is pressed on the last beat of the measure, the Fill
In pattern continues until the end of the following measure.
Also, the Fill In Pattern will continue to Play for as long as you hold
down a Fill In Button.
FILL IN - You can insert a fill-in pattern any time during the Accompaniment
Orchestration.
Choose from two different Fill In Patterns (Fill In or Fill to Var).
1. Press the piano Fill In or Fill to Var Button.
A Fill In Pattern is heard for the remainder of the measure.
When a Fill In Button is pressed on the last beat of the measure, the Fill
In pattern continues until the end of the following measure.
Also, the Fill In Pattern will continue to Play for as long as you hold
down a Fill In Button.
ENDING - Finish the Accompaniment Orchestration with an Ending Pattern.
1. Press the Intro / Ending Button.
An Ending Pattern is produced and then the Accompaniment Orchestration stops.
Note: If you accidently press the Intro / Ending Button in the middle of
the tune Press a Fill In Button. The Ending Pattern will Stop and the
normal Accompaniment Orchestration will continues.
FADE - Finish the Accompaniment Orchestration with by Fading the Orchestration Volume to Zero.
1. Press the Start / Stop Button.
2. Press the Fade Button.
The normal rhythm pattern begins to gradually Fade until completion.
FILL-IN FILL TO VAR
FILL-IN FILL TO VAR
INTRO/ENDING
FADE
START/STOP
RHYTHM CONTROL
FADEFILL TO VARFILL-ININTRO/ENDING
– TEMPO +
SYNC
ACCOMPONE TOUCH
START/STOP
START/STOP
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SETUP
USING THE SETUP MENU
1. Press the SETUP button.
The Initial Set Up Screen Menu will appear on the LCD Display.
As Shown Below
2. Press the SCREEN RIGHT Button to access all the Setup Menus.
There are a total of 3 Setup Menu Screens.
The remaining two Menu Screens are shown below.
3. Use the SCREEN RIGHT (OR LEFT) AND CURSOR Buttons to navigate
the Menu Screens and to highlight the Function or Mode that you want
to access.
4. Press the ENTER button to confirm your selection.
Note: Press the ESCAPE Button at any time to revert to the previous
screen. Continued pressing of the ESCAPE button will return the screen
to the initial Performance Menu Screen.
Also Note: To leave the SETUP Mode press the SETUP button.
It’s LED indicator light will turn off.
The SETUP Function is used to set up or to adjust various parameters related to the operation of this piano.
The SETUP button will access menus for Performance, Harmony, Key Mode, Sustain, Reverb, Chord
mode, Effects, Pedal, Percussion, and Metronome Mode.
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Setup
Performance
Key Mode
Harmony
Sustain
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Setup
Reverb
Effects
Chord
Pedal
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Setup
Percussion Metronome
SETUP
LEFT RIGHT
SCREEN
LEFT RIGHT
SCREEN
ENTER
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SETUP MODE
PERFORMANCE SETUP MENU
1. Press the SETUP button.
The first Set Up Menu Screen will appear on the LCD Screen
2. The Performance Listing will be highlighted.
Press the ENTER button to access the Performance menu.
3. Use the CURSOR buttons to access the following options shown below.
VELOCITY
Velocity - This adjusts the Piano Keybed’s Touch Sensitivity Response.
The piano offers four types of piano velocity settings, low, normal, high,
and fixed. The NORMAL setting is selected automatically when the
piano is turned on.
Use the VALUE buttons to change the velocity setting.
Press the ENTER button to confirm.
Velocity- Settings Explained
Low is a less sensitive piano response which requires a heavier touch
to obtain maximum sound levels.
Normal is an intermediate response suitable for most styles of music.
Normal is the default setting.
High is the most sensitive piano response which permits maximum
sound levels with a light touch.
Fixed does not offer any touch sensitivity. Each key plays at full
volume no matter how hard the piano key is hit. It is commonly used
on Harpsichord and Organ voices.
SPLIT POINT FUNCTION
Split Point - The split point divides the piano into two sections for both
the Upper Piano Voice, and the Auto Accompaniment or Lower Voice.
Please see the Piano Voices section for more information.
The Auto Accompaniment Split Point divides the piano into two sections, an Accompaniment section and a Melody Upper Piano section.
Please see the Auto Accompaniment section for more information.
Note: The default split point is the G2 key.
Use the – VALUE + buttons or the DATA wheel to select a split point in
the range of C2-C4 Piano Key Range.
Press the – VALUE + buttons simultaneously to recall the default
setting.
Performance Setup
Velocity
Transpose
Norm
0
Split Point G2
Screen Hold 45
Performance Setup
Velocity
Transpose
Norm
0
Split Point G2
Screen Hold 45
SETUP - PERFORMANCE MENU
CURSER
ENTER
SETUP
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SETUP - PERFORMANCE MENU
Performance Setup
Velocity
Transpose
Norm
0
Split Point G2
Screen Hold 45
Performance Setup
Velocity
Transpose
Norm
0
Split Point G2
Screen Hold 4S
PERFORMANCE- SETUP MENU
1. Press the SETUP button.
The first Set Up Menu Screen will appear on the LCD Screen
2. The Performance Listing will be highlighted.
Press the ENTER button to access the Performance menu.
3. Use the CURSOR buttons to access the following options shown below.
TRANSPOSE
The Transpose feature can shift the pitch of the piano up or down in
semitone intervals.
Use the VALUE + or VALUE – buttons to set the transpose value range
from –5, five consecutive piano keys lower, to six consecutive piano keys
higher.
The Transpose setting of zero is pitch neutral or not engaged.
Transpose does not affect notes that are sounding and it does not affect
the piano percussion.
LCD SCREEN DISPLAY HOLD
The Screen Hold sets the time for which the selected Menu Screen will
stay on the LCD Display before automatically reverting to the prior
screen.
Use the – VALUE + buttons or the VALUE wheel to select a screen hold
in the range of 1 second to 44 seconds.
Press the – VALUE + buttons simultaneously to recall the default setting
of 4 seconds.
CURSER
ENTER
SETUP
VALUE
– +
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PERFORMANCE- SETUP MENU
1. Press the SETUP button.
The first Set Up Menu Screen will appear on the LCD Screen.
2. The Performance Listing will be highlighted.
Press the ENTER button to access the Performance menu.
3. Use the SCREEN RIGHT BUTTON and the CURSOR buttons to access
the following options shown below.
Performance Setup
Tune
Fade Time
0
105
Fixed Level 100
Octave Shift 0
Performance Setup
Tune
Fade Time
0
105
Fixed Level 100
Octave Shift 0
TUNE
The pitch of this piano is very accurate and stable, it is automatically set
to standard A440 pitch when the piano is turned on.
The Tuning feature of this piano makes it possible to adjust the pitch of
this instrument in fine intervals.
If necessary, you can adjust the pitch of this piano to match the pitch of
another instrument or singer.
Use the – VALUE + buttons or the VALUE wheel to select a tuning value
in the range of –50 to +50 semitone steps, or cents.
Press the – VALUE + buttons simultaneously to recall the default setting
of 0.
FIXED LEVEL
When the Touch Response of the Piano Keys is Fixed or without Touch
Sensitivity, the Fixed Level controls the overall sound output from the
piano keys.
Fixed Touch Response is used when you would like the piano keyboard
to play like an Organ.
Use the – VALUE + buttons or the VALUE wheel to select a fixed level
volume value in the range of 10-127.
Press the – VALUE + buttons simultaneously to recall the default setting
of 100.
SETUP - PERFORMANCE MENU
SETUP
LEFT RIGHT
SCREEN
CURSER
ENTER
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SETUP - PERFORMANCE MENU
PERFORMANCE- SETUP MENU
1. Press the SETUP button.
The first Set Up Menu Screen will appear on the LCD Screen.
2. The Performance Listing will be highlighted.
Press the ENTER button to access the Performance menu.
3. Use the SCREEN RIGHT BUTTON and the CURSOR buttons to
access the following options shown below.
Performance Setup
Tune
Fade Time
0
10S
Fixed Level 100
Octave Shift 0
Performance Setup
Tune
Fade Time
0
10S
Fixed Level 100
Octave Shift 0
FADE TIME
Fade time adjusts the length of time that an accompaniment fade
introduction or fade out ending takes.
Use the VALUE + and - buttons or the VALUE wheel to select a fade
tune value in the range of 2 - 25 seconds.
Press the VALUE + and - buttons simultaneously to recall the default
setting of 10 seconds.
OCTAVE SHIFT
The Octave Shift will transpose the entire piano one octave down (12
semitone steps).
This Octave Shift only transposes one Octave down.
Use the VALUE + and - buttons to select an octave shift of -1, and the
keys will play as if they were an octave lower on the piano.
The Octave Shift Setting of 0 is the normal default piano settings.
SETUP
LEFT RIGHT
SCREEN
CURSER
ENTER
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SETUP - HARMONY MENU
Harmony
Trio
OFF
Duet
OFF
Oct
OFF
HARMONY SETUP MENU
1. Press the SETUP button.
2. Use the CURSOR button to highlight the Harmony menu.
3. Press the ENTER button to access the Harmony menu.
4. Use the CURSOR button to select a harmony type, then use the VALUE
buttons to turn that harmony type on or off.
Only one harmony type can be selected at a time.
HARMONY -
Harmony is used to enhance a single note melody line that you would
play while the auto accompaniment is engaged.
When the Harmony feature is engaged, the single note on the right-hand
section of the piano will sound with additional auto harmony notes.
The note played in the right-hand section of the piano determines the
root key of the harmony.
If more than one note is played only the highest note will add harmony.
NOTE: The Harmony Feature is only available when the auto
accompaniment is engaged.
HARMONY TYPES -
Trio - adds two harmonizing notes sounding below the single note
that you play.
Duet adds a harmonizing note sounding below the single note that
you play.
Octave add a note one octave below the note you play in the right
hand section of the piano.
SETUP
ENTER
CURSER
CURSER
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SETUP - KEY MODE MENU
Key Mode
OFFManual Bass
Lower Hold 0FF
Key Mode
OFFManual Bass
Lower Hold 0FF
KEY MODE SETUP MENU
1. Press the SETUP button.
2. Use the CURSOR button to highlight the Key Mode menu.
3. Press the ENTER button to access the Key Mode menu.
4. Use the CURSOR button to select a key mode type, then use the VALUE
buttons to turn that key mode type on or off.
MANUAL BASS
The Manual Bass feature functions only when the piano is in the
Auto Accompaniment Mode.
The Piano Keys below the Split Point will play notes on the bass channel, thus allowing you to play a manual bass line with your left hand.
The Manual Bass replaces the Auto Accompaniment Bass Line.
If you stop playing Manual Bass Notes the Auto Accompaniment Bass
Line will return at the start of the next measure, or when a new Auto
Accompaniment chord is generated.
LOWER HOLD
When the Lower Hold feature is on, some notes below the Split Point will
remain playing even though the keys have been released.
The notes are cancelled when new keys are pressed, or when the pedal,
assigned to lower hold, is engaged.
SETUP
ENTER
CURSER
CURSER
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SETUP - SUSTAIN MENU
Sustain
UPPER
ON
LAYER
ON
LOWER
ON
Sustain
UPPER
ON
LAYER
ON
LOWER
ON
Sustain
UPPER
ON
LAYER
ON
LOWER
ON
SUSTAIN - SETUP MENU
1. Press the SETUP button.
2. Use the CURSOR button to highlight the Sustain menu.
3. Press the ENTER button to access the Sustain menu.
4. Use the CURSOR button to select a sustain type, then use the VALUE
buttons to adjust your selected sustain type on or off.
Sustain defaults to all options on.
SUSTAIN
The Sustain Pedal can affect the Sound Channels Upper, Layer and/
or Lower of this piano.
This menu allows you to configure which Sound Channels will be
affected by the sustain pedal.
Upper - When Sustain Upper is on, the right pedal when engaged,
will Sustain the Upper Sound Channel Voice Notes.
Layer - When Sustain Layer is on, the right pedal when engaged,
will Sustain the Layer Sound Channel Voice Notes.
Lower - When Sustain Lower is on, the right pedal when engaged,
will Sustain the Lower Sound Channel Voice Notes.
SETUP
ENTER
CURSER
CURSER
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SETUP - REVERB MENU
Reverb Setting
Reverb UPPER
Room 3 100
LAYER LOWER
100 100
REVERB - SETUP MENU
1. Press the SETUP button.
2. Use the SCREEN RIGHT button to access the second page of the setup
menu options.
3. Press the ENTER button to access the Reverb menu.
4. Use the CURSOR button to access the following options:
REVERB
Reverb simulates the effect of playing in a big room or hall where the
sound reverberates off the walls and ceiling.
Pressing the REVERB button will toggle this effect on or off. When
reverb is engaged the indicator light will be lit.
The reverb effect is engaged automatically when the power is turned on.
To select a type of reverb and to adjust the reverb levels use the
Reverb setup menu.
Use the VALUE + and - buttons to select a reverb type or to adjust the
Reverb Depth from the list below.
Reverb Depth (amount of Reverb) range is from 0 to 127.
REVERB TYPES
Room 1 is dense reverb with short decay.
Room 2 is sparse reverb with short decay.
Room 3 is sparse reverb with medium decay.
Hall 1 is reverb with clear reverberation and medium decay.
Hall 2 is reverb with rich reverberation and greater late reflections.
Plate is a delay type.
Delay is stereo delay that produces two delay sound, left and right.
Panning emphasizes the stereo location of the processor delay, the
effect will be spaced at 30 degrees from the center.
UPPER - When reverb upper is turned on the Upper Sound Channel
Voice notes will reverberate.
Use the VALUE +and - buttons to select a reverb level from 0-127.
Press the VALUE + and - buttons simultaneously to recall the default
level of 100.
LAYER - When reverb layer is turned on the layer Sound Channel Voice
notes will reverberate.
Use the VALUE + and - buttons to select a reverb level from 0-127.
Press the VALUE + and - buttons simultaneously to recall the default
level of 100.
LOWER - When reverb lower is turned on the lower Sound Channel voice
notes will reverberate.
Use the VALUE + and - buttons to select a reverb level from 0-127.
Press the VALUE + and - buttons simultaneously to recall the default
level of 100.
SETUP
ENTER
LEFT RIGHT
SCREEN
CURSER
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SETUP - EFFECTS MENU
Effect Setting
Effect UPPER
Chorus 3 100
LAYER LOWER
100 100
EFFECTS (CHORUS) - SETUP MENU
1. Press the SETUP button.
2. Use the SCREEN RIGHT button to access the second page of the setup
menu options.
3. Use the CURSOR button to highlight the Effects menu.
4. Press the ENTER button to access the Effects menu.
5. Use the CURSOR button to access the following options:
EFFECTS (CHORUS)
The Effect or Chorus enriches your performance by adding depth, texture
and spaciousness to your selected instrument voice.
Pressing the EFFECTS button on the control panel will toggle the Effects
Function on and off.
Select the type of Effect and adjust the level in the Effect menu.
UPPER - When reverb upper is turned on the Upper Sound Channel
Voice notes will sound with the selected Effect.
Use the VALUE +and - buttons to select a reverb level from 0-127.
Press the VALUE + and - buttons simultaneously to recall the default
level of 100.
LAYER - When reverb layer is turned on the layer Sound Channel Voice
notes will sound with the selected Effect.
Use the VALUE + and - buttons to select a reverb level from 0-127.
Press the VALUE + and - buttons simultaneously to recall the default
level of 100.
LOWER - When reverb lower is turned on the lower Sound Channel voice
notes will sound with the selected Effect.
Use the VALUE + and - buttons to select a reverb level from 0-127.
Press the VALUE + and - buttons simultaneously to recall the default
level of 100.
EFFECT TYPES
There are eight Effect types.
Use the VALUE + and - buttons to select an effect type from the list
below.
Chorus 1.
Chorus 2.
Chorus 3.
Chorus 4.
F B (feedback) Chorus applies a repeated sound effect.
Flanger gives an electronic swirl effect.
Short Delay offers a short delay effect.
F B (feedback) Delay applies a delayed repeated sound effect.
SETUP
CURSER
LEFT RIGHT
SCREEN
CURSER
ENTER
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SETUP - CHORD MENU
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ACCOMP : Fingered
One Finger
Piano Mode
Fingered
CHORD - SETUP MENU
1. Press the SETUP button.
2. Use the SCREEN RIGHT button to access the second page of the setup
menu options.
3. Use the CURSOR button to highlight the Chord menu.
4. Press the ENTER button to access the Chord menu.
5. Use the CURSOR button to select a fingering mode. Use the ENTER
button to confirm your selection.
CHORD MODE (AUTO ACCOMPANIMENT MODE)
The Chord Mode or Auto Accompaniment is explained in detail in the
Auto Accompaniment Section of this manual.
Pressing the ACCOMP button engages the auto accompaniment.
In this mode, the keys to the left of the split point can be used to create
fully orchestrated chord progressions, based on the chords that you play
with your left hand.
There are three fingering modes to choose from, One finger, Fingered or
Piano.
Use the Chord menu to select a mode, please see the Auto Accompaniment section of this manual for more information on fingering modes.
ONE FINGER
Press a key in the left keyboard section to specify the root note. The
major chord corresponding to this root note is automatically played in an
accompaniment pattern.
FINGERED MODE
The fingered mode is ideal if you already know how to play chords on the
piano.
Specify the chord by playing all the notes in the chord.
Play Chords by pressing a least three keys.
PIANO CHORD MODE
In the Piano Mode the entire keyboard can be used to specify chords for
the automatic accompaniment.
Note: In this Mode the keyboard does not Split.
Chords can be specified anywhere on the keyboard.
Chords are specified the same way as for the Fingered Mode and the
types of Chords are also the same.
SETUP
CURSER
LEFT RIGHT
SCREEN
CURSER
ENTER
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SETUP - PEDAL MENU
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Pedal Assign
Start/Stop
Intro/Ending
Fill
Lower Hold
PEDAL ASSIGN - SETUP MENU
1. Press the SETUP button.
2. Use the SCREEN RIGHT button to access the second page of the setup
menu options.
3. Use the CURSOR button to highlight the Pedal menu.
4. Press the ENTER button to access the Pedal menu.
5. Use the CURSOR button to select the following options, the pedal can only
be assigned to one.
PEDAL ASSIGN
The center pedal is the only assignable function pedal.
The sustain pedal (the pedal on the right), can only control the Sound
Channel Voice notes.
The soft pedal (on the left), is also not assignable like the Sustain Pedal.
Start/Stop When selected the center pedal function now responds like the START/
STOP button on the control panel.
Step on the center pedal to start or stop a selected Rhythm or Accompaniment feature.
The Center Pedal default mode is Start/Stop.
Fill When selected the center pedal function now responds like the Fill In
Buttons on the control panel.
When engaged the pedal triggers the Fill In of the currently selected FillIn to the main pattern or the Fill In to Variation.
Intro/Ending When engaged the center pedal function now responds like the Into/
Ending button on the control panel.
Therefore the pedal triggers an introduction or ending pattern.
Lower Hold When selected pressing the pedal will prevent notes below the split point
from being switched off until the pedal is released.
If lower hold from the key mode setup is engaged, the pedal can be used
to cancel notes that are played.
SETUP
CURSER
LEFT RIGHT
SCREEN
CURSER
ENTER
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SETUP -PERCUSSION MENU
Percussion Setup
Drum Kits
OFF
PERCUSSION (DRUM KIT SELECTION) -
1. Press the SETUP button.
2. Use the SCREEN RIGHT button to access the third page of the setup
menu options.
3. Press the ENTER button to access the Percussion menu.
4. Use the – VALUE + buttons to change the current Value.
PERCUSSION (DRUM KIT SELECTION)
When piano percussion is engaged the piano keys will play the percussion voices from the selected Drum kit.
The Piano Keys will not be available for normal play.
There are eight drum kits, based on the standard kit, that can be
assigned and a sound effects kit.
Please see the “Drum List” at the back of the manual for a complete
listing.
Note: If OFF is selected the piano percussion mode will not be engaged,
to engage the percussion mode select one of the following drum kits by
pressing one of the Value Buttons.
Standard
Room
Power
Electronic
TR-808
Jazz
Brush
Orchestral
SFX
SETUP
LEFT RIGHT
SCREEN
ENTER
VALUE
– +
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SETUP - METRONOME MENU
Metronome Setup
Time Signature
Sound
Tempo
100
120
Volume
4/4
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METRONOME - SETUP MENU
1. Press the SETUP button.
2. Use the SCREEN RIGHT button to access the third page of the setup menu
options.
3. Use the CURSOR button to highlight the Metronome menu.
4. Press the ENTER button to access the Metronome menu.
5. Use the CURSOR button to access the following options:
METRONOME
The built in metronome is a timing device.
It is used as a timing reference to aid with practice or performance.
Press the METRONOME Button on the far right of the control panel to
engage the metronome feature.
The button’s LED Indicator will turn on, the display screen will show the
Metronome menu and the metronome sound will start immediately.
You can access the Metronome menu from the SETUP button as listed
above.
Time Signature - The time signature can be set to 2/4, 3/4, 4/4, 6/8 and
9/8.
Use the VALUE buttons to set the bottom time signature, then use the
CURSOR button to highlight the top section.
Tempo - The tempo of the time signature can be adjusted, use the –
VALUE + buttons or the VALUE wheel to adjust the tempo from 40-240
bpm (beats per minute).
Press the – VALUE + buttons simultaneously to recall the default setting
of 100 bpm.
Adjusting the metronome tempo may also affect the rhythm style tempo.
Sound - The metronome can be assigned to sound as any of the percussive voices from the standard drum kit.
The first measure of the beat is assigned in the first part of the sound
section and the remaining beats are assigned in the second part of the
sound section.
Use the – VALUE + buttons to assign a sound by key number.
Please see the drum kit list in the back of the manual for a list of available sound.
Volume - Use the – VALUE + buttons or the Data wheel to adjust the
metronome sound volume level from 1-127.
Press the – VALUE + buttons simultaneously to recall the default setting
of 100.
SETUP
CURSER
LEFT RIGHT
SCREEN
CURSER
ENTER
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REGISTRATION MEMORY
REGISTRATION
A registration is a particular group settings such as style, voice, chord and other
parameters or features that you have engaged.
You can save these Settings or your “set up” so that it can be recalled by pressing a single button.
This piano has four banks with six registration numbers in each bank, for a total of
24 registrations memory locations.
SAVE YOUR SETTINGS IN THE REGISTRATION MEMORY
1. Select the voice, rhythm, tempo, accompaniment, reverb, effect and any
other parameters that you wish to save.
2. Select the bank that you would like to use to store your setting A-D.
3. Hold down the STORE button.
4. Press one of the REGISTRATION NUMBER buttons 1-6.
The display will show the current registration memory number with the
bank prefix.
Your panel setting will be saved into that registration memory instantly.
Note: Storing a setting into the registration memory will erase the
previously stored data in that registration location.
RECALL CONTENTS IN THE REGISTRATION MEMORY
1. Press the BANK button to access the registration memory bank you
would like to recall, the display screen will show the bank A thorough D.
2. Press one of the REGISTRATION NUMBER buttons 1-6, the stored setting
will be recalled instantly and the display will show the memory number
with the bank prefix.
The relevant parameters will be set and the display will reflect the
Instrument Voice that has just been recalled.
UPPER
STYLE
NC
1 : R & B
A5 / = 100
1 : Grand Piano
REGISTRATION MEMORY
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BANK
STORE
1
1
BANK
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RECORD FUNCTIONS
This piano’s 5 track music recorder (sequencer), is designed to be very simple to
use.
It will record all note events and the accompaniment patterns exactly as they are
performed.
All the recorded tracks can playback separately or together as a complete song.
You may also save your recorded information to disk, to play back at a later date
or to create your own sound library.
Please see the Disk section of this manual for more information.
RECORD FEATURES
Record Melody Only
Any of the Melody tracks (2 thorough 5) will record one Sound Channel
(Upper, Layer and Lower) note events, as they are performed.
These are assigned by pressing one of the four MELODY (Mel) Buttons.
If one of the MELODY buttons is selected, the recording will begin as
soon as you play on the piano.
Note: Only one melody track and only one Sound Channel Voice (Upper,
Layer or Lower) can be recorded at a time.
Also Note: If recording one Melody track ONLY with the Accompaniment mode engaged, the auto accompaniment section of the piano will
not be recorded, even though you can hear it being played.
OUTLINE OF A MUSIC RECORDER (OR SEQUENCER)
A music recorder records your performance in a similar way to a tape recorder.
This instrument’s music recorder allows you to record and save up to 5 different
ways.
You may want to record your entire performance at one time (especially if you
are using Auto Accompaniment to provide the Orchestration), or build up a
complex arrangement with several different parts playing together, like an ensembles score.
This Instruments Music Recorder has 5 different tracks. This means that you
can record 5 different parts. However you don’t have to use all 5 tracks.
For some uses you may only need to use one or two tracks. This instrument’s
Music Recorder allows you to change a tracks musical passage unlike a tape
recorder.
ACCOMP MEL 1
COMPOSER
MEL 2 MEL 3 MEL 4 RESET
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RECORD FUNCTIONS
RECORD FEATURES - continued
Auto Accompaniment Track (Accomp Button) The Auto Accompaniment track will record chord changes, style, tempo,
variation, intro, fill-in and ending.
Pressing The ACCOMP track button and the Record Button will select
the accompaniment track for recording.
If ACCOMP Record track button has been selected and it’s LED Indicator light is Flashing, then the auto accompaniment will be synchronized
to start when the piano keys are played.
Recording will start as soon as a chord is played on the auto accompaniment section of the piano.
All accompaniment, such as fill-ins, Intro’s, Ending, will be recorded
exactly as it is performed.
Note: Piano notes played on the Upper or Melody section of the piano
will not be recorded on the auto accompaniment track, they will be
recorded only on Mel 1-4 track buttons.
If the auto accompaniment section of the piano is off when the Accomp
Button is selected, only the note played on the piano will be recorded.
An unrecognized chord in the fingered mode cannot start the recording.
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RECORDING
HOW TO RECORD
RECORDING
1. Prepare Prepare to record by setting the voice, style, tempo and reverb level and
other parameters as desired.
2. Select a track to record onPress the RECORD button.
It’s Indicator LED will blink.
Note: The first available melody track will also be automatically selected
and it’s corresponding LED Indicator will also blink.
The four LEDs of the Rhythm Beat Indicator (located to the left of the
Tempo Buttons) will blink with the current tempo, to show that the music
recorder is in standby mode.
3. Record Play the Piano. Recording will start as soon as you play on the piano,
depending on which track(s) has been selected.
4. Stop Recording Press the STOP button, the PLAY/PAUSE button or the REC button to
stop the recording process.
Note: When the record memory is full, recording will stop automatically.
5. Erase a Track If you would like to erase a track
Hold the RESET button down while you press the track button that you
would like to erase.
Note: If there is data in a track, its LED Indicator will also be lit.
The previously recorded music will playback, as a reference, while you
record the new track.
If you do not wish for previously recorded tracks to play while you are
recording, press the corresponding track button to turn the indicator light
off.
Rec Record Accomp
1 : 3 / = 100
Record Melody 3
The piano mode.
The top line displays which
melody track is recording.
The current bar (1) and
beat (3).
The current
tempo.
If the accompaniment track
is being recorded it will
shown here.
PLAY/PAUSE STOP RECORD
PLAY/PAUSE STOP RECORD
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RECORDING - PLAYBACK
PLAYBACK
To listen to your recording follow these simple steps..
1. To Playback Your Recorded Music
Press the PLAY/PAUSE button.
The Play Buttons LED Indicator will stay on until the playback is complete.
You can play along on the piano keys while the recording is playing
back.
2. To Pause the Playback
While the playback is in process press the PLAY/PAUSE button to
pause the playback.
The indicator will blink, press again to restart the playback where you left
off.
3. To Stop the Playback
Press the STOP button to stop the playback.
Your recording will be reset it’s beginning.
COMPOSER
PLAY/PAUSE STOP RECORD BEG MARK END MARK
RESETMEL 4MEL 3MEL 2MEL 1ACCOMP
PLAY/PAUSE STOP RECORD
PLAY/PAUSE STOP RECORD
PLAY/PAUSE STOP RECORD
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RECORDING - MARK
MARK -
The mark feature allows you to isolate a section of a track of your
recording.
If you would like study or to redo a segment of your track recording, it
can be easily accomplished with the BEG MARK, END MARK buttons.
The area that you mark by using the BEG MARK and END MARK
buttons will function the same way as your previous recordings and
playbacks except it is only that portion of the song instead of the entire
song.
HOW TO USE BEG. MARK AND END MARK BUTTONS
1. With your musical performance recorded into the music recorder, press
the PLAY/PAUSE button.
2. While listening to the playback press the BEG MARK Button at the
place that you would like to begin to “isolate” your song.
The Beg. Mark Button LED Indication will turn on.
3. As your song continues to playback press the End Mark Button at the
end of the portion of your song that you want to “isolate.”
The End Mark Button LED Indication will turn on.
The playback of your song will automatically stop.
4. Press the PLAY/PAUSE button to listen to the section of the song that
you marked.
5. Press the RECORD button to add a musical passage to your “marked
or isolated area” of your song.
Note: You may also wish to select the track that you already recorded
on.
The recorded passage will playback from the beginning of the marked
section until the end mark.
You can Record only the marked section and only on your selected
track.
6. Press the BEG MARK and END MARK buttons to disengage the
marked section.
The Mark Buttons’ LED Indicators will turn on.
Your song will now playback in its entirety.
COMPOSER
PLAY/PAUSE STOP RECORD BEG MARK END MARK
RESETMEL 4MEL 3MEL 2MEL 1ACCOMP
PLAY/PAUSE
BEG MARK
END MARK
PLAY/PAUSE
RECORD
BEG MARK END MARK
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SONG - PLAY ALONG SONG
This piano includes a range of songs covering a variety of genres that are enjoyable to listen to, or to play along with. You can begin practicing with just one
hand, and you can even practice at your own tempo. This instrument will even
evaluate and grade your performance for you!
SONG
The SONG button will access a play along music lesson guide that can be used
as a fun way to learn new music.
There are approximately 50 songs built into the piano as reference for your
Lesson entertainment.
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Song Select
Allegro
Annie
Anchors Awgh
Asia
HOW TO SELECT AND LISTEN TO YOUR SONG
1. Press the SONG button to display the Song Select Menu Screen.
See the first Song Select menu screen shown below.
2. Press the SCREEN RIGHT button to access subsequent pages in the
Song Select menu screens until the abbreviated song name you would
like to use is displayed.
For our example we pressed the screen right button twice.
3. Press the CURSOR Buttons to highlight the song you would like to
select.
4. Press the Enter Button to select your desired Song.
The Play Along Song Lesson Menu Screen will appear as shown below.
5. Press the Start/Stop Button or Play/Pause Button to listen to your
selected song.
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Song Select
Ballgame
Bumble Bee
Battle Hymn
Chopin
Play RHnd=Y LHnd=Y Acmp=Y
R=Y L=Y / = 110
Measure
Test
Bumble Bee
METRONOME
SONGMIDI
DISK
LEFT RIGHT
SCREEN
CURSER
ENTER
PLAY/PAUSE
START/STOP
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SONG - LESSON
USING THE LESSON FEATURE - From Song Selected Menu Screen Shown
Above.
Listed below is an example of how to access the various features of this
Function.
Example: To test Left Hand Play (listen to right hand only and play left
hand part)
1. Press the CURSOR Buttons to Highlight the L=Y Function.
This function denotes which hand you would like to be tested on.
R = Right Hand
L = Left Hand
Y = Yes
N = No
2. Press the Value Button to select L=N (No).
For our example we want L = N.
This indicates that we want to be tested on the Left Hand.
3. Press the CURSOR Buttons to Highlight LHnd=Y.
This function denotes which parts of the sound you will hear during your
test.
RHnd=Right Hand Portion of the Song.
LHnd=Left Hand Portion of the Song.
Acmp=Rhythm Accompaniment Portion of the Song if applicable.
4. Press the Value Button to select LHnd=N
This denotes that we will not hear the Left Hand Portion of the Song
when are tested playing along with the song.
5. Press the CURSOR Buttons to select the TEST mode.
6. Press the ENTER Button to begin the Test.
The Metronome will count in and the Right Hand portion of the Song
“Bumblebee” will begin to play. You should play the left hand portion of
the song.
Note: Song Function must be in TEST mode to be Graded.
Play RHnd=Y LHnd=Y Acmp=Y
R=Y L=Y / = 110
The name of the selected song.
This area will count the song’s measure
during play or test.
TEST MODE: Select which “Hands” you would
like to be tested on. The right hand for melody,
left hand for accompaniment or both hands.
The selected songs
tempo.
PLAY MODE: On this
line select the parts of
the song you would like
to hear during Song
playback. The right hand
is melody, the left hand is
Bass or Accompaniment
and the Acmp is the
rhythm accompaniment
(where applicable).
Measure
Test
Bumble BeeUse “Play”
to listen to the
selected parts of
the song.
Use “Test” to be graded
on your performance of
the selected parts of
the song.
PLAY ALONG SONG - LESSONS
The Menu Screen Shown above lists many of the features of the Song
Function.
ENTER
VALUE
– +
CURSER
CURSER
VALUE
– +
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SONG - LESSON
LESSON FEATURES
TEST - Pressing the ENTER button engages the TEST mode when highlighted.
You may test yourself on the right hand melody, the left hand accompaniment or both hands by highlighting the appropriate area and using the
VALUE buttons to toggle those parts on, Y (Yes) or off, N (No).
TEST MODES
Right hand test - Select R=Y L=N.
Then highlight the TEST mode area and press the ENTER button.
After the metronome sound the Left hand portion of the song and the
auto accompaniment will playback (if applicable).
You should play the right hand melody while listening to the Left Hand
part.
Left hand test - Select R=N L=Y.
Then highlight the TEST mode area and press the ENTER button.
After the metronome sound the Left hand portion of the song and the
auto accompaniment will playback (if applicable).
You should play the left hand part while listening to the Right Hand
melody.
Right and Left hand exercise - Select R=Y L=Y.
Then highlight the TEST mode area and press the ENTER button.
After the metronome sound you should play the piano parts of both
hands.
You will hear the rhythm accompaniment where applicable.
TEST RESULTS
You will hear a vocal grading when you finish your song in Test Mode.
This vocal Grade will evaluate your performance.
The vocal grades are “Try Again”, “Good”, “Very good” and “Excellent”.
STOP THE SONG MODE
Press the SONG button to exit from the Song / Lesson course.
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DISK
DISK FEATURES -
The Disk features allows you to Load Songs, Save Songs, Delete Song
Files and Rename your song files.
INSERT THE DISK - Insert the 3.5” disk into the disk drive with the label side up
and the metal shutter leading into the drive. Slide the diskette into the
drive until it clicks into place. The disk eject button on the drive pops out
when the disk is properly inserted.
REMOVE THE DISK - To remove the diskette press the eject button on the disk
drive.
Note: To avoid loss or damage to the disk or the disk drive, do not
remove the disk drive from the unit, or turn the power off when the disk
drive indicator light is on.
DISK MAIN MENU SCREEN
1. Press the DISK button to activate the Disk Menu screen.
The Disk’s Buttons LED Indicator will turn on.
2. Use the CURSOR buttons to highlight the menu you would like to
access.
3. Press the ENTER button to confirm your selection.
Follow the instructions on the screen as they are displayed.
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DISK MENU
Load Song
Save Song
Utility
Play Disk
METRONOME
SONGMIDI
DISK
ENTER
CURSER
Floppy Disk Drive “In Use”
Indicator LED Light
Piano Power On/Off
Indicator LED Light
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DISK - LOAD SONG
Load Song Load Song retrieves one of your previously stored Music Performances
or MIDI File songs from the floppy disk.
Since the Standard MIDI file that you have on disk and your musical
performance in the pianos music recorder share the same memory,
selecting a song file may bring up a confirmation pop up screen, saying
it will overwrite the song that is currently in the sequencer (music
recorder).
1. Place a Floppy Disk (HD 1.4mb) into the Disk Drive.
Make sure that there are some of your previous musical performances
on it or MIDI (SMF-Standard MIDI File) Format files on the floppy disk.
2. Press the Disk Button and select the Load Song menu.
The list of song files contained on the disk will be displayed on the
screen.
If there are more than 4 songs on the disk, the SCREEN RIGHT/LEFT
indicators will be lit.
Press the Screen Right Button to access the additional song files on the
disk.
3. Using the Cursor Buttons highlight the song file you would like to load
and press the ENTER button.
NOTE: A caution screen will appear asking if you are sure you want to
load the song file sequence.
4. “OK” the command.
A progress bar will be displayed showing the status of the load.
A disk menu screen will be displayed after your selected song file has
been loaded.
5. Press the START / STOP or the PLAY/PAUSE button.
The song you have just loaded into the sequencer (music recorder) will
begin to play.
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DISK MENU
Load Song
Save Song
Utility
Play Disk
METRONOME
SONGMIDI
DISK
ENTER
CURSER
PLAY/PAUSE
START/STOP
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DISK - SAVE SONG
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DISK MENU
Load Song
Save Song
Utility
Play Disk
SAVE SONG -
Save song function lets you save your musical performance data that you
recorded in the 5 track music recorder (sequencer) and save it onto a
floppy disk so that it can be accessed later.
1. Make sure the floppy disk (HD 1.4mb) that you have selected has room
to store song data files on it.
2. Select the Save Song Menu Item.
It’s menu screen will be dedicated to naming the song (sequence) you
want to save.
3. Use the VALUE buttons or DATA WHEEL to obtain the desired name by
increments for each letter up or down.
NOTE: A caution screen will appear asking if you are sure you want to
save the song file sequence.
4. “OK” the command to save the song to floppy disk.
A progress bar will be displayed showing the status of the save.
The main disk menu screen will be displayed after your selected song file
has been saved.
DATA WHEEL
VALUE
– +
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DISK - PLAY DISK
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DISK MENU
Load Song
Play Disk
Utility
Save Song
PLAY DISK -
The Play Disk function lets you play all SMF MIDI Song Files that are on
the floppy disk.
1. Place a Floppy Disk (HD 1.4mb) into the Disk Drive.
Make sure that there are some of your previous musical performances on
it or MIDI (SMF-Standard MIDI File) Format files on the floppy disk.
2. Press the Disk Button and select the Play Disk menu.
3. The music sequencer will automatically load the first MIDI File Song that
is on the floppy disk and it will begin to play.
4. The music sequencer will load the second MIDI File Song after the first
one has finished and it will begin to play.
5. The music sequencer will continue to play all songs listed in order on the
floppy disk. It will repeat this Play Song Function until the Start/Stop
Button is pressed.
METRONOME
SONGMIDI
DISK
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DISK - PLAY DISK MENUS
Load Song Various Menu Screens Load Song function has various menu screens that allow you to view
Song Lyrics and to play along with the disk.
FILE DATA
The File Data Screen displays the song’s MIDI file name and what
Musical Instrument Voice for the piano has been selected.
This Instrument Voice is called the Solo Instrument because you can
solo by playing the piano keys while the MIDI song plays.
LYRICS
The Lyrics Screen displays the Lyrics of the Song that is being played.
If your MIDI File Song has Lyrics attached.
Note: The Video Out Jack will supply this Lyric Screen to your TV when
connected. See the Connector Panel section of this manual for more
information.
MUTE CHANNEL
The Mute Channel Screen allows you to select certain individual tracks
of your MIDI File Song to Mute.
Therefore depending on your Standard MIDI File Formatted Song you
would be able to Mute the Bass or Melody Line of the Song if you so
desired.
Mutable Channels are Channels 1 - 4.
SOLO CHANNEL
The Solo Channel Screen allows you to select certain individual tracks of
your MIDI File Song to Solo on (play along with).
Therefore depending on your Standard MIDI File Formatted Song you
would be able to Solo on one of four Channels.
Channels 1 - 4 are available for playing along with the MIDI Song.
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DISK MENU
File Data
Lyrics
Mute Channel
Solo Channel
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DISK - UTILITY
UTILITY - Selecting Utility will access the Disk Utility Screen.
Use the Utility sub-menu to access the following options.
Format - Format prepares a new disk for use. Most Floppy disks have
been formatted but if you happen to have a disk that is not formatted
then data cannot be stored on it. Format will erase all previous files on
a disk, so make sure you can afford to erase all the data on the floppy
disk that you are formatting.
1. Load the disk into the disk drive. Make sure that the disk you have
selected can be completely erased.
2. Select the Format menu, a progress bar will be displayed. When
formatting is complete the main disk menu screen will be displayed.
Copy - Copy is used to duplicate a file from the disk.
1. Load the disk into the disk drive. Make sure that the disk you have
selected has the song data file you want to copy.
2. Select the Copy menu, the menu will show the available songs on the
disk. If there are additional pages the indicator light on the SCREEN
RIGHT/LEFT buttons will light.
3. Select the song you want to copy, and press the ENTER button.
4. Use the VALUE buttons or wheel to rename the copied song, a progress
bar will be displayed. When copying is complete the main disk menu
screen will be displayed.
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DISK MENU
Load Song
Save Song
Utility
Play Disk
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Disk Utility
Format
Delete
Copy
Rename
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Disk Utility
Format
Delete
Copy
Rename
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DISK - UTILITY
UTILITY MENU - continued
Delete - Delete is used to remove unwanted files from the disk to make
more space available.
1. Load the disk into the disk drive. Make sure that the disk you have
selected has the song data file you want to delete on the disk.
2. Select the Delete menu, the menu will show the available songs on the
disk. If there are additional pages the indicator light on the SCREEN
RIGHT/LEFT buttons will light.
3. Select the song that you want to delete, and press the ENTER button. A
progress bar will be displayed. Once the file has been removed the main
disk menu screen will be displayed. This file operation is irreversible.
Rename - Rename is used to change the name of a file already saved
to the disk.
1. Load the disk into the disk drive. Make sure that the disk has song data
files on it.
2. Select the Rename menu, the menu will show the available songs. If
there are additional pages the indicator light on the SCREEN RIGHT/
LEFT buttons will light.
3. Select the song you want to rename.
4. Use the VALUE buttons or wheel to rename the selected song.
5. Press the ENTER button to save the renamed song to floppy disk. A
progress bar will be displayed. When renaming is complete the main
disk menu screen will be displayed.
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Copy
Rename
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Disk Utility
Format
Delete
Copy
Rename
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SELECTING A KARAOKE SONG FROM THE DISK
1. Follow the instructions on pages 3 and 4 of this quick start guide. These
instructions will explain how to select a song and play it back from the
enclosed demonstration floppy disks.
PLUG IN THE ENCLOSED MICROPHONE
2. Plug in the enclosed Suzuki Microphone into the Mic Input Jack located
on the connector panel on the bottom left hand side of the piano.
3. Adjust the Microphone Volume by the volume knob located under the
piano by the microphone jack.
4. If you do not see the Lyrics after starting your selected song as stated
on pages 3 and 4 in this quick start guide, press the Screen Right
Button. This should display the Lyrics, if not please double check to
make sure that the disk that you inserted into the floppy disk drive was
labelled as a Karaoke Disk.
5. If you would like to view the Karaoke Lyrics on your TV, plug in the
enclosed RCA to RCA cable. Plug one end of the cable into the GP-7’s
Connection Jack panel marked video out (located to the left of the MIDI
Jacks), and the other end into your TV’s Video In Jack.
If your TV does not have a Video In Jack then you may not be able to
display the Karaoke Lyrics on it’s screen.
Note: At any time, you may return to default or power up settings by
simply pressing the GRAND PIANO Button (red). The piano’s settings
will reset to the initial full 88 note piano with the Grand Piano Voice
Selected.
The Grand Piano Button is located to the right of the LCD display
screen.
If you have any questions regarding this piano, please
call toll free to Suzuki Support at
1-800-854-1594.
8:00AM to 5:00PM PST - Monday - Friday.
Your GP-7 Mini-Grande Ensemble Piano includes Karaoke features which allow the entire family to join
in on the musical fun. The GP-7 package includes a Suzuki Microphone and demonstration karaoke
disks, while the control panel contains microphone volume and reverb controls. The Karaoke lyrics can be
viewed on the LCD display screen or you can use the included RCA style cable to connect your piano to your
TV to view the lyrics on your TV screen.
VIDEO
OUT
GRAND PIANO
DISK
LEFT RIGHT
SCREEN
PLAYING AND SINGINGWITH THE KARAOKE DISKS
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MIDI & VIDEO OUT JACKS
MIDI stands for Musical Instrument Digital Interface. This is a world wide standard communication interface that enables electronic musical instruments and computers (of all brands) to
communicate with each other so that instructions and other data can pass between them. This
exchange of information makes it possible to create a system of MIDI instruments and devices
that offers far greater versatility and control than is available with isolated instruments. Whether
you interface with computers, sequencers, expanders or other pianos your Suzuki piano’s
technical capabilities, and your musical horizons will be greatly enhanced.
For further information on MIDI and MIDI equipment please see the following pages and on the
web visit Google.com and search under - Basic MIDI.
MIDI CONNECTION - The MIDI terminals are located on the bottom left portion of
the piano.
1. MIDI In: This terminal receives MIDI data from an external MIDI device.
2. MIDI Out: This terminal transmits data from this instrument to other
MIDI devices. The transmitted data includes the note and touch velocity
produced while playing on the piano, as well as voice changes, wheel
operation, and recorded playback for the melody tracks. Demo songs
and auto accompaniment are not transmitted.
VIDEO OUTPUT - The Video Output Jack is located to the left of the MIDI
terminals on bottom left of the piano.
3. Video Out: This terminal sends the NTSC (TV signal) to your RCA Jack
Video Input terminal on your TV.
The video output only sends the Karaoke Text information to your TV
Screen .
VIDEO USB
PHONES
2 1
LINE
IN OUT IN OUT
MIDI
MICROPHONE
ECHO INVOL
1 23
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MIDI CHANNELS - The MIDI system in this unit has 16 channels numbered from
1-16. Each of the channels is responsible for a voice. When the
instrument receives from an external device, the active channel is
determined by the control message. The transmission channels on this
piano are fixed as follows:
Channel 1: Master voice
Channel 2: Layer voice
Channel 3: Split voice
Channel 4: Bass in manual bass chord mode
Channel 7: Chord in manual bass chord mode
Channel 10: Percussion sound
Please see the MIDI Implementation Chart for more detail.
BASIC MIDI SETUPS
Output to an external sound generator - MIDI pianos transmit note
and velocity (touch sensitivity) information via the MIDI Out connector.
Connect the MIDI Out terminal of the piano and the MIDI IN terminal of
an external device, piano, synthesizer, or sound module, and the
external device should respond to your playing.
By connecting this Suzuki piano to another piano in this way you can
essentially play two instruments at the same time or play on your piano
to the sound of another MIDI devise to produce thick, layered multiinstrument sounds.
Output from an external MIDI device - Connect the MIDI In terminal of
the piano and the MIDI Out terminal of an external device. Data generated on another device are passed through your pianos sound delivery
system.
Connect with an computer - Although the Suzuki piano offers a built
in sequencer, the music recorder is a real-time five track sequencer, the
same type of musical information transfer that is described above can be
used for more sophisticated MIDI sequence recording using an external
sequencer or computer. These devices could be used to record MIDI
data received from this piano. You can transmit your performance to a
computer to utilized advanced recording, composing and editing available
from software on the computer. MIDI music stored on the computer can
be played back through your instrument.
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MIDI
MIDI LOCAL CONTROL MODE - Local control refers to the fact that normally,
this Suzuki piano controls the internal tone generator. This is the
normal play mode. Local control can be turned off, so that the piano
does not play the internal voices, however, the MIDI information is still
transmitted via the MIDI Out connector when notes are played on the
piano. At the same time, the internal tone generator can respond to
MIDI data received via the MIDI In connector.
MIDI INPUT CHANNEL SELECTION - You may select an individual MIDI channel
to receive MIDI data on. The power up default setting is the OMNI mode
which receives MIDI data on all channels.
MIDI SPLIT INPUT LOWER CHANNEL MODE - This MIDI input channel mode
is used to select which MIDI input channel you want to receive for the
lower split piano MIDI data. The previous MIDI input mode will receive the
upper split piano data.
MIDI OUTPUT CHANNEL SELECTION - You may select an individual MIDI
channel to transmit MIDI data on. The power up default setting to
transmit MIDI data is channel 1.
MIDI SLIT OUTPUT LOWER CHANNEL MODE - This MIDI output channel mode
is used to select which MIDI output channel that you want to transmit on
for the lower split piano data. This MIDI data can be sent separately on
a discrete MIDI channel. The previous MIDI input mode will transmit the
upper split piano data. The default setting for this mode transmits on
channel two.
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MIDI IMPLEMENTATION CHART
Function Transmitted Recognized Remark
Basic Channel 1 CH 1-16 CH
Channel changed 1-16 CH 1-16 CH
Default Mode 3 3
Note Number 9-120 0-127
Velocity: Note On
Velocity: Note Off X
Pitch Bender
Control Change: 0 X Variation page
1 X X Modulation
5 X X Portamento value
7, 10 Volume, Pan
11 X Expression
64, 66, 67 Sustain, Sostenuto, Soft Pedal
65 X X Portamento yes/no
80, 81 Reverb, Chorus program
91 Reverb, Chorus send level
98, 99 X X NRPNL, NRPHH
100 ,101 X X RPNL, RPNH
121 Reset all controllers
123 All notes off
Program Change 0-127 0-127
System Exclusive X X
Sys. Common: Song Select X X
Sys. Common: Song Position X X
System: Clock X X
Real Time: Commands X X
Mode 1: OMNI ON, POLY
Mode 2: OMNI ON, MONO
Mode 3: OMNI OFF, POLY
Mode 4: OMNI OFF, MONO
MIDI IMPLEMENTATION CHART
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VOICE LIST
Please note: The MIDI program number for any voice listed is one less than the display number.
Group A Group B
1 : Grand Piano 2 : Bright Piano 5 : Rhodes Piano 6 : Chorus Piano
3 : Elec. Piano 4 : Honky Tonk Pno 7 : Harpsichord 8 : Clavinet
9 : Celesta 10 : Glockenspiel 13 : Marimba 14: Xylophone
11 : Music Box 12 : Vibraphone 15 : Tubular Bells 16 : Dulcimer
17 : Hammond Org 18 : Percuss. Organ 21 : Reed Organ 22 : Accordion
19: Rock Organ 20 : Church Organ 23 : Harmonica 24 : Tango Accdn
25 : Nylon Guitar 26 : Steel Guitar 29 : Muted Guitar 30 : Overdriven Gtr.
27 : Jazz Guitar 28 : Clean Guitar 31 : Distortion Guitar 32 : Gtr. Harmonics
33 : Acoustic Bass 34 : Finger Bass 37 : Slap Bass 1 38 : Slap Bass 2
35 : Pick Bass 36 : Fretless Bass 39 : Synth Bass 1 40 : Synth Bass 2
41 : Violin 42 : Viola 45 : Tremolo Strings 46 : Pizzicato Strgs.
43 : Cello 44 : Contrabass 47 : Orchestral Harp 48 : Timpani
49 : String Ensmbl1 50 : String Ensmbl2 53 : Choir Aahs 54 : Voice Oohs
51 : Synth Strings 1 52 : Synth Strings 2 55 : Synth Voice 56 : Orchestra Hit
57 : Trumpet 58 : Trombone 61 : French Horn 62 : Brass Section
59 : Tuba 60 : Muted Trumpet 63 : Synth Brass 1 64 : Synth Brass 2
65 : Soprano Sax 66 : Alto Sax 69 : Oboe 70 : English Horn
67 : Tenor Sax 68 : Baritone Sax 71 : Bassoon 72 : Clarinet
73 : Piccolo 74 : Flute 77 : Bottle Blow 78 : Shakuhachi
75 : Recorder 76 : Pan Flute 79 : Whistle 80 : Ocarina
81 : Square Lead 82 : Sawtooth Lead 85 : Charang Lead 86 : Voice Lead
83 : Caliope Lead 84 : Chiff Lead 87 : Fifth Lead 88 : Bass +Lead
89 : New Age Pad 90 : Warm Pad 93 : Bowed Pad 94 : Metallic Pad
91 : PolySynthPad 92 : Choir Pad 95 : Halo Pad 96 : Sweep Pad
97 : Rain 98 : Sound Track 01 : Brightness 102 : Goblins
99 : Crystal 100 : Atmosphere 103 : Echoes 104 : Sci-Fi
105 : Sitar 106 : Banjo 09 : Kalimba 110 : Bagpipe
107 : Shamisen 108 : Koto1 111 : Fiddle 112 : Shanai
113 : Tinkle Bell 114 : Agogo 117 : Taiko Drum 118 : Melodic Tom
115 : Steel Drums 116 : Woodblock 119 : Synth Drum 120 : Rvrs. Cymbal
121 : Gtr. Fret Noise 122 : Breath Noise 125 : Phone Ring 126 : Helicopter
123 : Seashore 124 : Bird Tweet 127 : Applause 128 : Gunshot
PIANO
VIBES
ORGAN
GUITAR
BASS
VIOLIN
STRINGS
STL.DRUM
BANJO
SYNTH FX
SYNTH
SYNTH LEAD
FLUTE
SAXOPHONE
TRUMPET
SOUND FX
Piano
Chromatic Percussion
Organ
Guitar
Bass
Strings
Ensemble
Brass
Reed
Pipe
Synth. Lead
Synth. Pad
Synth. Effects
Ethnic
Percussion
Sound Effects
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STYLE LIST
Group A Group B Group C
1 : Big Band 1 5 : Hollywood
2 : Miller Band 6 : Orch. Waltz
3 : Latin Big Band 7 : Jazz Waltz
4 : Broadway 8 : Jazz Band
9 : Cool Bossa 13 : Samba
10 : Pop Bossa 14 : Salsa
11 : Fast Bossa 15 : Tango
12 : Bossa Nova 16 : Merenque
17 : Swing Trio 21 : Bacharach 25 : Swing
18: SoloPianoSwing 22 : Dixie
19 : Swingin’Organ 23 : Lounge
20 : Slow Swing 24 : Jazz
26 : 50’s Ballad 30 : Pop Ballad 34 : Jazz Ballad
27 : Bolero 31 : Power Ballad
28 : Country Ballad 32 : Slow 16
29 : Country Ballad2 33 : Gospel Ballad
35 : Shuffle Blues 39 : Calypso 43 : R & B
36 : Soul Shuffle 40 : Reggae 1 44 : Motown
37 : Gospel Fast 41 : Reggae 2 45 : 70’s Disco
38 : Gospel Blues 42: R&B Shuf
46 : Unplugged 1 50 : Baroque 54 : March 4/4
47 : Unplugged 2 51 : New Age 55 : March 6/8
48 : Unplugged 3 52 : Kids 1 56 : March
49 : Solo Piano Pop 53 : Kids 2
57 : Florida Keys 61 : Piano Pop 65 : Movie Theme
58 : Funky Pop 62 : Country Pop 66 : Dance Pop
59 : Pop 16 63 : Easy Pop 67 : Folk
60 : 8 Beat Pop 64 : Pop 8 Beat 68 : Disco
69 : Stride Piano 73 : SoloPianoBoogie 77 : Boogie
70 : Ragtime 74 : Vienna Waltz 78 : Classiccal Piano
71 : Hawaiin 75 : Fox Trot 79 : Muesette Waltz
72 : Hula 76 : Western Movie 80 : Piano Showtime
81 : Rock n Roll 85 : Blues 89 : Mod Country
82 : Jerry Lee 86 : Country 2/4 90 : Country
83 : Bluegrass 87 : Country Piano 91 : Country Waltz
84 : Slow Blues 88 : Country Train
92 : Mambo Band 96 : Rhumba 100 : Polka 2
93 : Beguine 97 : Rhumba 2
94 : Cha Cha 98 : Mex Polka
95 : Cha Cha 2 99 : Polka
BIG BAND
BOSSA
SWING
S. BALLAD
R & B
ACOUSTIC
POP
OLDIES
ROCK
LATIN
BIG BAND
BOSSA
LATIN
ROCK
OLDIES
POP
ACOUSTIC
R & B
S. BALLAD
SWING
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DRUM KIT LIST
DRUM KIT LIST 1
No.-Key
27-Eb1
28-E1
29-F1
30-F#1
31-G1
32-G#1
33-A1
34-Bb1
35-B1
36-C2
37-C#2
38-D2
39-Eb2
40-E2
41-F2
42-F#2
43-G2
44-G#2
45-A2
46-Bb2
47-B2
48-C3
49-C#3
50-D3
51-Eb3
52-E3
53-F3
54-F#3
55-G3
56-G#3
57-A3
58-Bb3
59-B3
60-C4
61-C#4
62-D4
63-Eb4
64-E4
65-F4
66-F#4
67-G4
68-G#4
69-A4
70-Bb4
71-B4
72-C5
73-C#5
74-D5
75-Eb5
76-E5
77-F5
78-F#5
79-G5
80-G#5
81-A5
82-Bb5
83-B5
84-C6
85-C#6
86-D6
87-Eb6
Standard (0)
P-1: Standard
High Q
Slap
Scratch Push
Scratch Pull
Stick
Square Click
Metronome Click
Metronome Bell
Kick Drum 2
Kick Drum 1
Side Stick
Snare Drum 2
Hand Clap
Snare Drum 1
Low Floor Tom 2
Close Hi-hat
Low Floor Tom 1
Pedal Hi-hat
Low Tom
Open Hi-hat
Low-mid Tom
Hi-mid Tom
Crash Cymbal 1
High Tom
Ride Cymbal 1
Chinese Cymbal
Ride Bell
Tambourine
Splash Cymbal
Cowbell
Crash Cymbal 2
Vibra Slap
Ride Cymbal 2
Hi Bongo
Low Bongo
Mute Conga
Hi Conga
Low Conga
High Timbale
Low Timbale
High Agogo
Low Agogo
Cabasa
Maracas
Short Whistle
Long Whistle
Short Guiro
Long Guiro
Claves
Hi Wood Block
Low Wood Block
Mute Cuica
Open Cuica
Mute Triangle
Open Triangle
Cabasa
Shaker
Belltree
Castanets
Mute Surdo
Open Surdo
Room (8)
P-2: Room
High Q
Slap
Scratch Push
Scratch Pull
Stick
Square Click
Metronome Click
Metronome Bell
Kick Drum 2
Kick Drum 1
Side Stick
Snare Drum 2
Hand Clap
Snare Drum 1
Room Low Floor Tom 2
Close Hi-hat
Room Low Floor Tom 1
Pedal Hi-hat
Room Low Tom
Open Hi-hat
Room Low-mid Tom
Room Hi-mid Tom
Crash Cymbal 1
Room High Tom
Ride Cymbal 1
Chinese Cymbal
Ride Bell
Tambourine
Splash Cymbal
Cowbell
Crash Cymbal 2
Vibra Slap
Ride Cymbal 2
Hi Bongo
Low Bongo
Mute Conga
Hi Conga
Low Conga
High Timbale
Low Timbale
High Agogo
Low Agogo
Cabasa
Maracas
Short Whistle
Long Whistle
Short Guiro
Long Guiro
Claves
Hi Wood Block
Low Wood Block
Mute Cuica
Open Cuica
Mute Triangle
Open Triangle
Cabasa
Shaker
Belltree
Castanets
Mute Surdo
Open Surdo
Power (16)
P-3: Power
High Q
Slap
Scratch Push
Scratch Pull
Stick
Square Click
Metronome Click
Metronome Bell
Kick Drum 2
Power Kick Drum
Side Stick
Power Snare Drum 2
Hand Clap
Power Snare Drum 1
Low Floor Tom 2
Close Hi-hat
Low Floor Tom 1
Pedal Hi-hat
Low Tom
Open Hi-hat
Low-mid Tom
Hi-mid Tom
Crash Cymbal 1
High Tom
Ride Cymbal 1
Chinese Cymbal
Ride Bell
Tambourine
Splash Cymbal
Cowbell
Crash Cymbal 2
Vibra Slap
Ride Cymbal 2
Hi Bongo
Low Bongo
Mute Conga
Hi Conga
Low Conga
High Timbale
Low Timbale
High Agogo
Low Agogo
Cabasa
Maracas
Short Whistle
Long Whistle
Short Guiro
Long Guiro
Claves
Hi Wood Block
Low Wood Block
Mute Cuica
Open Cuica
Mute Triangle
Open Triangle
Cabasa
Shaker
Belltree
Castanets
Mute Surdo
Open Surdo
Electronic (24)
P-4: Electronic
High Q
Slap
Scratch Push
Scratch Pull
Stick
Square Click
Metronome Click
Metronome Bell
Kick Drum 2
Elec Kick Drum
Side Stick
Elec Snare Drum 2
Hand Clap
Power Snare Drum 1
Elec Low Floor Tom 2
Close Hi-hat
Elec Low Floor Tom 1
Pedal Hi-hat
Elec Low Tom
Open Hi-hat
Elec Low-mid Tom
Elec Hi-mid Tom
Crash Cymbal 1
Elec High Tom
Ride Cymbal 1
Reverse Cymbal
Ride Bell
Tambourine
Splash Cymbal
Cowbell
Crash Cymbal 2
Vibra Slap
Ride Cymbal 2
Hi Bongo
Low Bongo
Mute Conga
Hi Conga
Low Conga
High Timbale
Low Timbale
High Agogo
Low Agogo
Cabasa
Maracas
Short Whistle
Long Whistle
Short Guiro
Long Guiro
Claves
Hi Wood Block
Low Wood Block
Mute Cuica
Open Cuica
Mute Triangle
Open Triangle
Cabasa
Shaker
Belltree
Castanets
Mute Surdo
Open Surdo
TR-808 (25)
P-5: TR-808
High Q
Slap
Scratch Push
Scratch Pull
Stick
Square Click
Metronome Click
Metronome Bell
Kick Drum 2
Synth Kick Drum 1
Synth Side Stick
Synth Snare Drum
Hand Clap
Snare Drum 1
Synth Low Floor Tom 2
Synth Close Hi-hat
Synth Low Floor Tom 1
Synth Pedal Hi-hat
Synth Low Tom
Synth Open Hi-hat
Synth Low-mid Tom
Synth Hi-mid Tom
Synth Crash Cymbal 1
Synth High Tom
Ride Cymbal 1
Chinese Cymbal
Ride Bell
Tambourine
Splash Cymbal
Cowbell
Crash Cymbal 2
Vibra Slap
Ride Cymbal 2
Hi Bongo
Low Bongo
Mute Conga
Hi Conga
Low Conga
High Timbale
Low Timbale
High Agogo
Low Agogo
Cabasa
Maracas
Short Whistle
Long Whistle
Short Guiro
Long Guiro
Claves
Hi Wood Block
Low Wood Block
Mute Cuica
Open Cuica
Mute Triangle
Open Triangle
Cabasa
Shaker
Belltree
Castanets
Mute Surdo
Open Surdo
Note: In the first title row the number in the bracket, after the kit name, is the MIDI program number. The Drum kits name and number
that are shown on the LCD display are listed in the second title row. The “No.” refers to MIDI note number, and “Key” refers
to the key on the piano. A blank space in the table mean there is no sound there. Keys from A0 to D1 sound as timpani,
except for in Kit 9, the effects kit. Keys from E6 to C8 sound the same as the D#1 to B6 keys.
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DRUM KIT LIST 2
No.-Key
27-Eb1
28-E1
29-F1
30-F#1
31-G1
32-G#1
33-A1
34-Bb1
35-B1
36-C2
37-C#2
38-D2
39-Eb2
40-E2
41-F2
42-F#2
43-G2
44-G#2
45-A2
46-Bb2
47-B2
48-C3
49-C#3
50-D3
51-Eb3
52-E3
53-F3
54-F#3
55-G3
56-G#3
57-A3
58-Bb3
59-B3
60-C4
61-C#4
62-D4
63-Eb4
64-E4
65-F4
66-F#4
67-G4
68-G#4
69-A4
70-Bb4
71-B4
72-C5
73-C#5
74-D5
75-Eb5
76-E5
77-F5
78-F#5
79-G5
80-G#5
81-A5
82-Bb5
83-B5
84-C6
85-C#6
86-D6
87-Eb6
DRUM KIT LIST
Jazz (32)
P-6: Jazz
High Q
Slap
Scratch Push
Scratch Pull
Stick
Square Click
Metronome Click
Metronome Bell
Jazz Bass Drum
70 Bass Drum 1
Side Stick
Snare Drum 2
Hand Clap
Snare Drum 1
Low Floor Tom 2
Close Hi-hat
Low Floor Tom 1
Pedal Hi-hat
Low Tom
Open Hi-hat
Low-mid Tom
Hi-mid Tom
Crash Cymbal 1
High Tom
Ride Cymbal 1
Chinese Cymbal
Ride Bell
Tambourine
Splash Cymbal
Cowbell
Crash Cymbal 2
Vibra Slap
Ride Cymbal 2
Hi Bongo
Low Bongo
Mute Conga
Hi Conga
Low Conga
High Timbale
Low Timbale
High Agogo
Low Agogo
Cabasa
Maracas
Short Whistle
Long Whistle
Short Guiro
Long Guiro
Claves
Hi Wood Block
Low Wood Block
Mute Cuica
Open Cuica
Mute Triangle
Open Triangle
Cabasa
Shaker
Belltree
Castanets
Mute Surdo
Open Surdo
Brush (40)
P-7: Brush
High Q
Slap
Scratch Push
Scratch Pull
Stick
Square Click
Metronome Click
Metronome Bell
Jazz Bass Drum
70 Bass Drum
Side Stick
Brush Tap
Brush Slap
Brush Swirl
Low Floor Tom 2
Close Hi-hat
Low Floor Tom 1
Pedal Hi-hat
Low Tom
Open Hi-hat
Low-mid Tom
Hi-mid Tom
Crash Cymbal 1
High Tom
Ride Cymbal 1
Chinese Cymbal
Ride Bell
Tambourine
Splash Cymbal
Cowbell
Crash Cymbal 2
Vibra Slap
Ride Cymbal 2
Hi Bongo
Low Bongo
Mute Conga
Hi Conga
Low Conga
High Timbale
Low Timbale
High Agogo
Low Agogo
Cabasa
Maracas
Short Whistle
Long Whistle
Short Guiro
Long Guiro
Claves
Hi Wood Block
Low Wood Block
Mute Cuica
Open Cuica
Mute Triangle
Open Triangle
Cabasa
Shaker
Belltree
Castanets
Mute Surdo
Open Surdo
Orchestra (48)
P-8: Orchestra
High Q
Slap
Scratch Push
Scratch Pull
Stick
Square Click
Metronome Click
Metronome Bell
Orche Bass Drum 2
Orche Bass Drum 1
Side Stick
Orche Snare Drum 2
Hand Clap
Orche Snare Drum 1
Timpani F
Timpani F#
Timpani G
Timpani G#
Timpani A
Timpani A#
Timpani B
Timpani C
Timpani C#
Timpani D
Timpani D#
Timpani E
Timpani F
Tambourine
Splash Cymbal
Cowbell
Orche Crash Cymbal
Vibra Slap
Orche Cymbal
Hi Bongo
Low Bongo
Mute Conga
Hi Conga
Low Conga
High Timbale
Low Timbale
High Agogo
Low Agogo
Cabasa
Maracas
Short Whistle
Long Whistle
Short Guiro
Long Guiro
Claves
Hi Wood Block
Low Wood Block
Mute Cuica
Open Cuica
Mute Triangle
Open Triangle
Cabasa
Shaker
Belltree
Castanets
Mute Surdo
Open Surdo
Effects (56)
P-10: SFX
High-Q
Slap
Scratch Push
Scratch Pull
Stick
Square Click
Metronome Click
Metronome Bell
Gtr. Cut Noise1 (down)
Gtr. Cut Noise2 (up)
Bass Slap
Bass Pick
Key Click
Laughing
Screaming
Punch
Heart Beat
Footstep 1
Footstep 2
Applause
Door Creaking
Door Closing
Scratch
Wind Chime
Car Engine Starting
Car Crash
Car Pass
Police Siren
Train
Jet Plane
Helicopter
Starship
Gun Shot
Laser Gun
Explosion
Horse Gallop
Birds
Rain
Thunder
Wind
Sea Shore
Stream
Bubble
Note: In the first title row the number in the bracket, after the kit name, is the MIDI program number. The Drum kits name and number
that are shown on the LCD display are listed in the second title row. The “No.” refers to MIDI note number, and “Key” refers
to the key on the piano. A blank space in the table mean there is no sound there. Keys from A0 to D1 sound as timpani,
except for in Kit 9, the effects kit. Keys from E6 to C8 sound the same as the D#1 to B6 keys.
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SPECIFICATIONS
SPECIFICATIONS
PIANO
88-note, hammer-action piano
POLYPHONY: 64
VOICES
128 Voices
16 quick select voice buttons
VOICE MODE
Upper
Layer (dual) voice
Lower (split) voice
AUTO ACCOMPANIMENT STYLE
100 Auto accompaniment styles
ten quick select style buttons
AUTO BASS CHORD MODE
One Finger
Fingered
Piano
Off
CONTROLS
Power: On/Off
Main Volume Control: Min-Max
Bass Level
Treble Level
Microphone Volume Level
Microphone Echo Level
Accomp Volume/Piano Volume Balance
DISPLAY: Graphic Backlit LCD
REGISTRATION MEMORY: 24
DEMONSTRATION: 13 songs plus
55 Lesson songs
RECORDING: Four melody tracks and
one accompaniment track
ACCOMPANIMENT CONTROL
Synchronized Start
Introduction/Ending
Start/Stop
Fill-In
Fill to Variation
Fade
Auto harmony (three types)
SETUP CONTROL
Performance: Velocity, Split point, Transpose, Screen
Hold, Tune, Fixed Level, Fade Time, Octave Shift
Key Mode: Manual Bass, Lower Hold
Harmony: Trio, Duet, Octave
Sustain: Upper, Layer, Lower
Reverb: 8 Reverb settings, Upper, Layer, Lower Levels
Effects: 8 Effects settings, Upper, Layer, Lower Levels
Chord (Accomp Finger Mode): One Finger, Fingered,
Piano, OFF
Pedal Assign: Start/Stop, Fill, Intro/Ending, Lower Hold
Percussion Setup: OFF, 8 Drum Kits, 1 Sound Effect Kit
Metronome Setup: Time Signature, Tempo, Sound, Volume
AUXILIARY JACKS
Headphone x 2
Line In - Stereo
Line Out - Stereo
Power In
MIDI In/Out
USB
PEDALS
Sustain Pedal
Assignable Function Pedal
Soft Pedal
VOLTAGE: AC 120V
AMPLIFIER: 60W X 60W, 6 speakers
DIMENSIONS
58.5”W X 47”D X 33.5”H
WEIGHT: 260 lbs
STANDARD ACCESSORIES
AC Chord
Owner’s manual
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QUESTIONS AND/OR PROBLEMS
Where is the serial number on my piano?
The serial number of the piano should be directly underneath the piano on the right hand side
near the floppy disk drive.
Where can I buy recorded disks to play in my piano?
Visit www.suzukimusic.com/GP-7.
You may purchase from other outlets but please remember to order only Standard MIDI File (
SMF ) floppy disks.
Problem: Power is not coming on. -–
1. Check to make sure that the Piano is plugged into the AC Outlet Properly.
2. Have qualified technician check fuses under top lid.
3. Call Suzuki customer service department (858-566-9710) for assistance.
Problem: Keyboard’s Control Panel Buttons don’t operate or operate strangely.
1. Please see the next pages for how to do a Hard Reset on your Piano.
2. Call Suzuki customer service department (858-566-9710) for assistance.
Problem: All pedals do not work. —
1. Check that the pedal rods are properly aligned beneath the piano.
2. Call Suzuki customer service department (858-566-9710) for assistance.
Problem: ”Blue screen” no control panel lights. —
1. Please see the next problem for how to do a Hard Reset on your Piano.
2. Have a qualified technician check fuses under top lid.
3. Call Suzuki customer service department (858-566-9710) for assistance.
Problem: How do you perform a “hard reset” —
Just like with your home computer, every now and then you may have to perform a Hard Reset on
your Piano to clear its memory of any software conflicts.
With unit turned off depress and hold down the 2 tempo buttons. Turn power on while holding the
2 buttons for 10 seconds..
Piano will now be at its factory default settings.
All user memory has also been reset and therefore erased.
Problem: Disk Drive is not working. —
1. Try one of the Suzuki Demonstration Floppy Disks.
2. Call Suzuki customer service department for assistance.
Problem: Piano does power up, but no sound is heard. —
1. Make sure that the Balance Slider Knob is in the center position.
2. Check the headphone connection to see if headphones are plugged in.
3. Test the piano with Headphones for sound.
4. Call Suzuki customer service department for assistance.
Problem: Disk drive seams too slow on play back. —
1. Try using a different floppy disk.
2. Call Suzuki customer service department for assistance.
Problem: There are no lyrics being displayed on the screen. —
1. Try a known working floppy disk that has lyric files not just song files.
2. Press Lyric LCD Screen Menu Button to display the lyrics.
3. Call Suzuki customer service department for assistance.
QUESTIONS
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WARRANTY
This product, except the exterior cosmetic parts, is warranted
by the Suzuki Corporation to the original purchaser to be free
from defects in material and workmanship under normal use
as follows:
1. For a period of one year from the date of purchase, the
Suzuki Corporation will pay the labor charges to repair the
defective product. After this one year period, you must
pay all labor charges.
2. In addition, the Suzuki Corporation will supply, at no
charge, new or rebuilt replacements for defective parts for
a period of one year from the date of purchase.
In the event repairs are needed, the original purchaser will
return the product to an Authorized Suzuki Retail Center with
the proof of purchase. The dealer will then repair the product or
return it to the Suzuki distribution center in San Diego, California
for repairs. Upon completion of the repair, the unit will be returned
to the customer. This warranty will not apply to this product if it has
been misused, abused, or altered. This warranty is void if the product has been opened. Without limiting the foregoing, bending, dropping of unit, or visible cracks and/or scratches are presumed to be
defects resulting from misuse or abuse.
Neither this warranty nor any other warranty expressed or implied,
including implied warranties of merchantable, shall extend beyond
the warranty period. No responsibility is assumed for any incidental or consequential damages.
In the United States Contact:
Suzuki Corporation
San Diego Distribution Center
P.O. Box 261030
San Diego, CA 92196
In all other Countries Contact: Original retailer where product
was purchased for additional warranty details.
WARRANTY
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SUZUKI
Baby Grand
Digital Piano
SUZUKI
OWNER’S MANUAL
GP-7
P.O. BOX 261030
SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA 92196
(858) 566-9710
Visit us on the web at www.suzukimusic.com
Copyright Suzuki Musical Instrument Corporation

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